Twitter could soon let you bookmark tweets to read later

Twitter could soon let you bookmark tweets to read later

Twitter could soon let you bookmark tweets to read later

Recently, we found a new Tweetstorms update for Twitter which lets you compose multiple tweet at the same time. But from now, Twitter users will be able to bookmark the tweets so they can do whatever they want with the bookmarked tweets. With Twitter slowly expanding tweets to 280 characters and creating a tweetstorm feature, it could be helpful to have a place to put posts that contain lots of information.

Product manager Jesar Shah stated that Twitter started working on a Save for Later feature.

Adding this new tool will help the app users keep a separate list of items that they would want to refer back. Twitter is yet to confirm precisely when it's going to release this new feature.

Shah noted the feature is in the early stages of development and the social media platform is looking for feedback before a finalized version is rolled out.

Twitter will allow users to bookmark tweets for later viewing in a dedicated area on the site, giving a potentially better option than liking, retweeting, or emailing a tweet to themselves to save it.

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The feature's imminent launch was first announced on Twitter itself. The "send via DM" option is expected to be replaced by an overflow menu that reveals a similar feature.

I can see Save For Later becoming as popular as the Like option on tweets.

Upon saving, a snack bar appears with a shortcut to quickly "View Bookmarks".

What's key for Twitter to get right is the interface for viewing saved tweets. But according to a Twitter spokesperson, the company will launch it publicly soon.

Twitter has yet to indicate if the feature will be tested among a small group of users, or when the feature will be available for all.

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