An announcement stemming from the Twitter accounts of several high-level Twitter employees, including Keith Coleman, vice president of Product, indicates a "save it for later" feature could be headed to the social media platform. Recently, we found a new Tweetstorms update for Twitter which lets you compose multiple tweet at the same time. I eventually found it using some creative searches within Twitter, but it could have been a tap away had I been able to bookmark it when I first saw it. In late September, Twitter announced that it would test 280-character tweets with some of its users, effectively doubling their character limit for each and every tweet.
The new addition will allow Twitter to save tweets so that a user can read it later.
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Twitter wants to build the new bookmarking tool with the community's help and feedback. Twitter is yet to confirm precisely when it's going to release this new feature. "We'll be Tweeting to ask for feedback, and share our thinking as we compare designs, experiment, do research, and more", Shah added, with emphasis. As revealed, the traditional "send via DM" will be deprecated, and replaced with an overflow menu that reveals the aforementioned feature, and the new "Add to Bookmark" option. On clicking the option, the tweet gets bookmarked and saved to the bookmark channel. They save it by either liking it (the heart sign), or they Direct Message them to themselves, or they even retweet a Tweet only to save it on their profile.
I can see Save For Later becoming as popular as the Like option on tweets. Users access the bookmark list in the main drop-down menu that houses links for settings, lists, moments, and additional features.