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Click Settings in the upper right. In the Tags section of links, click Rename Tags. Direct link In the dropdown, select the tag you want to rename. Enter in the name you want to rename to. Done!


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As of May 2012, the recommended tool (according to the owner - AVOS) for using Delicious in the browser is via the bookmarklet. This was announced in a blog post (Update on the browser extensions) from January 15, 2012. The reason is that the company has decided to focus on improving the service and providing the best possible experience across all browsers, ...


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Delicious Bookmarks Extension (Beta) Delicious Bookmarks is the official Google Chrome extension for Delicious. This extension has the support to add new bookmarks as well as search existing book marks.


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This link might help you. It will just ask your Delicious username & password, no harm/no issues as the script available as open source. Just give it a try. Source: http://blog.persistent.info/2006/10/import-your-delicious-bookmarks-into.html


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Delicious provides a tool for exporting (as well as importing) your bookmarks in a format readable (and writable - for import) by most modern browsers. Export Import


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Pretty much any OS will let you setup a couple user profiles. I'd just go that route. Add a profile for her. Now your web logins and such are separate. It usually doesn't take more than a couple clicks to switch from one user profile to the next and (depending on OS) you don't even have to log one off to use the other.


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You can't, but you can create a new account and import your exported bookmarks from your old account. From the Delicious FAQ: How do I change my username? There's no easy way to do this right now, but you can use the export and import features in your settings to change to a new account while preserving your current bookmarks. First, visit ...


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Use the Google Reader Bookmarklet It allows you to click a link on your bookmarks toolbar and it automatically shares the page you're currently on through Google Reader, exactly what you want I think.


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Pinboard is apparently what all the cool kids are using these days. It's not free, but it's cheap to join and uses an interesting pricing structure. Here is their own comparison of why you'd want to use Pinboard vs. Delicious Finally, here is a fairly detailed blog post about a dedicated delicious user moving to Pinboard I still haven't found enough of a ...


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Google bookmarks now directly offers the feature to import bookmarks from Delicious. A couple things to note: If you have thousands of bookmarks, be very patient, as it can take a while. I'm not sure if this is an issue when you import now, but when I used this tool several years ago, I found that there were indexing problems when searching for bookmarks. ...


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Doesn't seem like you can ignore tags at this point in time. If it was possible, it could also be linked to not have a certain tag show up when viewing combinations of tags: Is there a way to use "not" in tag combinations? What about "or"? There's no way to use "not" yet; we'd like to do this in the future, but it's impractical for the time being. ...


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This feature allows you to combine several related tags into a logical grouping. So, for instance, you might combine the tags "hitter", "pitcher", and "fielder" into a bundle and call it "Baseball". It doesn't change anything about the existing tags, but does allow you to create another level of heirarchy. When looking at your bookmarks, del.icio.us will ...


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Log into http://www.delicious.com At the top there should be Home Bookmarks People Tags, click on Tags, My Tags On the right hand side, underneath the search bar, highlighted in blue click on Delete Tags Choose a tag from the dropdown. This will remove that tag from your bookmarks, and delete the tag. To just remove the tag from certain bookmarks ...


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delicious.com features a list of third party websites that use their data: http://www.delicious.com/help/thirdpartytools I'm not sure if you seen that list before, or if any of them do what you want... Good luck!


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There are a few tools available for download: Fresh Delicious which works an all Java-enabled platforms deadlicious for Mac OS X only Delicious Link checker, a perl script Those aren't online based but out of the last one it would be easy to build a web app ;-)


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Well, almost - in two clicks actually :) Lazy Sheep is "a del.icio.us bookmarklet that auto-tags and auto-describes your bookmarks". It allows you to set up custom tag (or several if I understood correctly) and other parameters and generate bookmarklet for them. So you can have different bookmarklets with different parameter sets. When you're logged into ...


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I'll recommend Diigo, that can even be more powerful than Delicious : You can archive a whole page Use tags Highlight words Share pages Collaborate with other peoples And even more …


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Also take a look into this nice list https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MYxd_PAR1KXj39Xc2lSfKNZXFq5R2q_5g_9W2Egyibo/preview?authkey=CO2NqaAL&sle=true#


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Works for me. This is what I did: Go to https://www.google.com/bookmarks/ Select "All" so that all bookmarks are checked Click "Export bookmarks" in the left column Download HTML file with bookmark data


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I have been looking up any related research and all the sources I have found seem to have only theoretical examples. One research paper lists Delicious (which you mentioned) as a real world service example, but the other related work seems to be theoretical or things that have been abandoned since. There's also a paper on a Firefox extension called HyperBK, ...


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HyperBK seems precisely to be what you are looking for. It is a add-on for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/hyperbk/?src=ss The main functions are: Automatically recommend a place in the tree of HyperBK tree of bookmarks (It uses advanced algorithms to analyse the Web page for this recommendation) Store the link there with a thumbnail ...


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First step, if you haven't already, is to click the "forgot password?" link right below the password field on the Delicious sign-in form. A password reset link, along with a reminder of your username, will be sent to the email address associated with your account. If you don't get the password reset email, be sure to check your spam filter to make ...


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I used the Delicious Exporter to Chrome extension. It basically creates a Delicious folder in your Google Chrome bookmarks with all your tags nested under it. Is not super-usable but the import works like a charm.


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As there is no built-in way to contact another Delicious user, it appears that you are out of luck. There is no official way to take over another user's stack. There are a few things you can try, though: Search online for the user name. Maybe that person is active on other sites under the same name and can be contacted there. Copy all the links in a stack ...


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After some research, here's what I did, maybe there's a better way. With IFTTT, create a this rule for a RSS feed and add this feed from Delicious: http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/{user} Then, that rule may be whatever you like, mine was Pocket.


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You may wish to look at the SortPlaces Firefox extension. According to its extensions home page: SortPlaces is also designed to work with the SyncPlaces extension to automatically sort your bookmarks when you synchronise them. However, I'm not sure that it will perform the automatic categorization that you appear to be looking for.


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The problem is that you are using lists. You cannot export lists. As seen in the following example <!DOCTYPE NETSCAPE-Bookmark-file-1> <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=UTF-8"> <TITLE>Bookmarks</TITLE> <H1>Bookmarks</H1> <DL><p> <DT><H3 ...


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I use RSS Graffiti, a Facebook app for posting RSS feeds to your wall / timeline. It works but is inconsistent about how often it updates. Hopefully delicious itself, now that it's back from the dead, will develop a Facebook app for this.



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