Twitter offers a feature called Bookmarks that allows you to save Tweets for later. This feature is only available on the Twitter apps, Twitter Lite and mobile.twitter.com. There is also a “share” icon on every Tweet that allows you to bookmark the Tweet and share it via Direct Message. This wikiHow article will teach you how to use the Bookmarks feature on Twitter.
Bookmarking a Tweet
1Launch the Twitter app on your phone. Log in with your username/email and password, if you haven’t already done so. This feature not available on the desktop version of Twitter, so you need to visit mobile.twitter.com in your browser.
- You can also use the Twitter Lite app or web page to bookmark a Tweet.
2Navigate to a Tweet. Find a Tweet which you want to bookmark and tap on it to see the “share” icon. If you are a Twitter for iOS app user, you can see the “share” icon without expanding it.
3Tap on the “share” icon, under the Tweet. When you tap on it, some options will appear.
4Bookmark the Tweet. Tap on the option. When you are done, you will see the “Tweet added to your Bookmarks” message at the bottom of your screen. Tap on the message to quickly access the bookmarked Tweet.
Managing Bookmarked Tweets
1Tap on your Profile picture. In the Twitter apps, you can see it at the top left side of the screen. When you are using Twitter Lite’s webpage on your desktop, the profile icon will be located in the top right corner of the page.
2Select from the options. In your browser, you can directly access the Bookmarks page by visiting mobile.twitter.com/i/bookmarks. Tap on each Tweet to expand it.
3Tap on each Tweet to expand it. Now you can easily view any Tweets later. Done!
4Remove Tweets from your Bookmarks (optional). Tap on the “share” icon once again and select . Finished!
- Twitter Bookmarks feature is available on Twitter for iOS and Android, Twitter Lite, and mobile.twitter.com. So you can easily access your bookmarked Tweets from anywhere.
- You can clear all bookmarks using the “more” icon ( or ) from the Bookmarks option.
- The Twitter “share” icon does not look the same on every platform.