Twitter is testing the bookmarks feature

Nov

24

2017

The Twitter mini-blogging platform tests Bookmarks, the new feature that has been tested since last month. The new feature allows you to save the tweets that appear in the user’s timeline for later reading and reference in the future. As #SaveForLater officially carries the name “Bookmarks”, according to Tina Kuyama, employee of the company’s product designers team.

Tina Kuyama said the company has chosen different versions of how the “bookmarks” appear and how they will work and will now begin testing them within the Twitter community. The feature helps users keep a separate list of tweets they want to refer to later instead of using the “Favorites” button, Which can be customized for tweets that just got admired.

The platform had previously revealed its intention to launch the feature through the announcement of Keith Coleman, the company’s chief producer of Twitter’s intention to introduce a new way to save tweets and that the move has become imminent and is working on it, as a result of the company’s project called #SaveForLater, Other Twitter employees, including the newly appointed product manager, Sriram Krishnan and Jizar Shah, have been involved in Twitter plans in this area.

Shah pointed out that this feature was a popular demand for users, adding that many people, especially in Japan have asked for this feature, and that there are a number of ways people use us to save tweets and reference later, including the feature of admiration “Red Heart” or Send them via a private message to themselves or even re-tweak them, open tweets in new tabs, save them to notes, or email them.

The bookmarking tool may appear in the bottom right corner of the mobile device or in the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner of the web copy, along with other actions such as asking a tweet in a person’s direct message or creating a moment.

Tracks saved within bookmarks can be accessed from the user’s profile page, from the same place where lists and moments can be accessed. These saved tweets are user-specific and can not be seen by others, but the platform intends to provide the option to share archives Include your bookmarks by tweaking them later.

The bookmark feature comes as Twitter is working on a series of changes to help the platform expand beyond the limits set for it from the start. The platform adds features that make it easier to add more words to Twitter, such as doubling the number of characters allowed in a single tweet to 280 Instead of the 140 test began to allow people to create a large set of interconnected tweaks together to create one theme.

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