Twitter has started out testing its new feature called “Bookmarks”. This is a long-awaited feature that allows users to “save” tweets privately. Right now the most common way of saving a tweet is to like the tweet, but this isn’t foolproof as it notifies the person who posted the tweet, appears on your timeline and sometimes even in your friend’s timeline, so Twitter has finally addressed this problem by introducing the “Bookmarks” feature.
Yesterday the Staff product designer Tina Koyama sent out a series of tweets making the news public. She tweeted that the company has picked several versions of how it will look and are currently testing them all out in the Twitter community. Previously Twitter gave us a demo as to how this feature works: the bookmark tool would appear in the bottom right corner of a Tweet via mobile or in the v-drop-down menu in the upper right corner via desktop. The saved “Bookmarks” can then be viewed on your profile page.
There are other ways where you can save Tweets but so far this seems to be the easiest and most secure way. Twitter has not announced yet as to when they would officially release this, so stay tuned at Win Authority (by subscribing to our newsletters) for more updates.
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