How To Bookmark A Tweet? Step By Step Guide On How To Bookmark A Tweet!



Twitter Bookmarks

Tweets can be bookmarked on Twitter to be viewed or referenced later. Any tweet you bookmark appears in the Bookmarks list on the mobile app and website. In 2018, Twitter introduced a Bookmarks feature that allows users to save tweets that they might wish to read later. As a result, you can now save tweets without needing to touch the “like” (heart) icon when forwarding them to others in a chat.

How To Bookmark A Tweet?

Instead of using Twitter’s bookmark, you should use it to save a tweet for later. When you bookmark a tweet, it shows up in your bookmarks list in both your mobile app and Twitter on an internet browser. Follow the below-given steps to bookmark a tweet,

  • When you come across a tweet you’d like to save for later, touch the Share icon in the bottom right corner.

  • Tap “Bookmark” in the Share Tweet popup box (it’ll be in the bottom row of buttons).

  • Tap the menu icon (the horizontal lines at the top left of the screen) and then “Bookmarks” in the menu to discover your bookmarks.

  • To delete a tweet from your bookmarks, hit the Share icon and then “Remove Bookmark” in the Share Tweet popup.

How To Bookmark A Tweet on Web Browsers?

Follow the below-given steps to bookmark a tweet on web browsers,

  • In a web browser, go to Twitter and look for the tweet you wish to share.

  • At the bottom right of the tweet, click the Share button.

  • Click “Add Tweet to Bookmarks” in the menu.

  • To find your bookmarks, tap the bookmarks icon, which looks like a flag, in the window on the left side of the page.

  • To delete a tweet from your bookmarks, hit the Share symbol, then select “Remove Tweet from Bookmarks” from the dropdown menu.

Why Bookmark?

Twitter has gradually modified the behavior of the Like button over the last few years. It used to be a manner of expressing gratitude for a job well done. It also served as a workaround for archiving tweets. The Like feature is now widely used, and it influences Twitter’s personalized recommendations. It appears in your feed if someone in your network likes someone else’s tweet. For tweets you’ve liked, Twitter will even send a notification to your followers.

This is probably not what you want to happen if you’ve liked tweets just to preserve them for later. Now is the time to start bookmarking tweets. The bookmarking is handled privately, and the information is not shared. All of your bookmarked tweets are kept in a separate folder for Twitter Bookmarks. On both the mobile app and the website, the Twitter Bookmarks feature operates as follows.

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