Twitter’s still got Nazis — though it does have a significantly fewer number of bots after a successful purge earlier this month — and a whole other bunch of issues it’s working on fixing, but amid all that it’s also introducing a new feature today: the bookmark. It’s like how Instagram lets you save posts that you might want to look at later. Or how you open 19 tabs on your computer of things you promise yourself you’ll get around to reading. (Or promise you will until you open so many that your browser crashes and you don’t bother to reopen them.) Twitter bookmarks will let you save tweets — maybe something with an attached video or long read — that you don’t have time for right at that minute. To bookmark a tweet, you’ll have to tap the new “Share” icon you see under tweets. (The button also has options for sending those tweets via DM, email, or text._
To bookmark a Tweet, tap the share icon under the Tweet and select, “Add Tweet to Bookmarks.” To find it later, tap “Bookmarks” from your profile icon menu. You can remove Tweets from your Bookmarks at any time.
If you’re a Twitter diehard, this feature might sound familiar to you. The company has been talking about it since October 2017. Your list of bookmarked tweets will be private. Which is good news if you, like Ted Cruz, enjoy watching porn on Twitter.