Twitter is working on a new feature that will make it easier to bookmark tweets you'd like to look at later. This feature will let users create a separate list of tweets that they can refer back to. That's interesting, given that building "with" user input is how Twitter used to develop features borrowed from the community. This interaction basically indicates that they liked the tweet so the bookmarking feature will be good for simply saving tweets for later reading without having to give the impression of liking that particular tweet.
Twitter said: 'We want every person around the world to easily express themselves on Twitter, so we're doing something new: we're going to try out a longer limit, 280 characters, in languages impacted by cramming (which is all except Japanese, Chinese, and Korean).
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A few Twitter employees announced the upcoming feature that was piloted at the company's HackWeek, where employees brainstorm new ideas for the service.
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These methods are not ideal as they're not as fast as just clicking a button to save the tweet, with the exception of the "heart" feature. Some even open the Tweet in a new tab and save the link privately, or email it to themselves or bookmark it in their browser. All of the bookmarked tweets will be stored in a dedicated part of the app.
As of now, there is no information about when the Twitter Bookmarking feature will be publicly available, or who will be able to test it.
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In the main menu channel, a bookmark section also appears, which has all the tweets saved.