Twitter testing a feature that shows how many are 'talking about' tweets

Angelica Greene
November 25, 2017

The saved bookmarks could be checked in the user's profile page, along with the other features in navigation just after Lists and before Moments features.

Twitter has announced that it will be testing a new feature called Bookmarks.

This is not the first time we've heard about such a feature, but now it seems as though real progress has been made towards actually bringing it to users. The feature as described would basically allow users to flag their tweet to further have a look at in the future. However, it is a useful feature that we're sure that Twitter fans will take advantage of once it has been officially added to the app.

The feature was spotted by staff product designer Tina Koyama, who posted a snippet of the users" navigation menu containing a separate section called "Bookmarks', reports The Verge. This new bookmarking feature will privately save your tweets for later.

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There is no official release date for the Bookmark feature as of yet. Been a top request! Keith Coleman, Head of Product, had tweeted that the new feature #SaveForLater was in the works. The team would love your feedback as they dial in the design!

They have not provided information about when the feature might roll out - saying that the design is still likely to change.

The previous month, Twitter initiated an operation on a fresh "save for later" characteristic for Tweets in your timeline that you required flagging to refer back to in the prospect.

Giving users twice the space to voice their thoughts ushers in a new era for the online platform, whose hallmark 140-character cap had encouraged users to craft succinct missives.

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