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Hopefully I get this because I am not sure I understand whether you want this done automatically. Manually you can just rename the less used tag to the more used tag.
With a free account you can't store very much - up to 30 images and cache 30 web pages. If you pay for a premium plan ($5 a month or $40 a year at time of writing), then it is unlimited. Full details are available on the pricing page. Diigo isn't so much pitched at being a storage service as an enhanced bookmarking / organising service. More akin to ...
First go to your library and turn on Advance mode Then, select the resource(s) that you will use in your new post and select "Publish to blog"
I don't believe you can. You can have an RSS feed that could be accessed in Chrome using an extension. Or you could cobble something together yourself - perhaps by using the RSS feed into a blog (WordPress maybe) and then having some scripts to do the final sync - however, I'm not convinced it would work. Chrome is very tight on security and I doubt it ...
The keyboard shortcut for opening the diigolet sidebar appears to be disabled by default, so you if you open about:config and search for "extensions.diigotb.keys.sidebar" set enabled to true; extensions.diigotb.keys.sidebar.enabled = true then control-alt-s can be used to open and close the diigolet sidebar extensions.diigotb.keys.sidebar.keys = ...
This is what works for me on a Mac using Firefox. Mouse over the note indicator. When your note appears, there's a little "Edit" menu in the bottom left, shown with a pencil icon. Click it. A menu appears. (For some reason, mine's a little far away from the note.) Pick the color you want to change to. Done. (I don't have enough rep to post an image yet, ...
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