Twitter announced a shake up on February 28th that has introduced a ‘Bookmarks’ feature for all users.
The new feature lets you save a tweet without having to notify the user who posted it that you have interacted with their tweet. Bookmarks are also not publicly viewable, so they can be used as your own private library.
The change has come around due to the sheer amount of content posted to Twitter. People don’t always have the chance to consume everything they want when they see it, but they also don’t want to express they have liked the tweet just to access the content later. So the next time you want to save an article your competitor has posted, do not fret!
You can find the new share icon at the bottom of tweets where you have the option to send the tweet as a direct message, add the tweet to your bookmarks or share the tweet outside of the platform.
So the next time you’re waiting for your afternoon cuppa and having a scroll on Twitter, make sure you bookmark all the informative content – instead of extending your break to read it all!