After many requests from users, Twitter has finally unveiled a save button. The company doesn’t call it that, instead calling it the “Bookmarks” feature. Pressing the bookmarks button on tweets will allow you to save tweets for later. The only way to do this earlier was by liking a tweet, though that wasn’t its main purpose. With bookmarks, you will be the only one to know you’ve saved the tweet.
The share button will let you share tweets over direct messages or save them to the bookmarks section.
If you don’t have it yet, the bookmark button looks like a share icon, and it will appear beneath the tweet. The icon shows up where the DM icon used to be. If you’ve ever used the Pocket app to save tweets, the bookmarks icon will appear where the shortcut for Pocket did, on the desktop. The share button will let you share tweets over direct messages or save them to the bookmarks section.
Twitter had often said that the save for later feature has been at the top of the requests it receives from users for a while now. However, the company had failed to meet those requests so far. The feature will be available on Twitter’s Android, iOS apps, Twitter Lite and the company’s desktop website.