Twitter Is Building a "Save for Later" Bookmarking Feature

An easier way to access those unforgettable Tweets.

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Twitter is looking to make user experience more convenient moving forward. According to its product manager, Jesar Shah, the social media company is looking to incorporate a “save for later” feature to avoid users from simply liking posts or DMing them back to their own inbox. The potential feature is set to make returning to a notable tweet that much easier.

Currently in prototyping, the feature is still in the early stages of development and is hoping to roll out in the near future. What are your thoughts on Twitter’s potential “save for later” bookmark feature? In related news, the company is also starting to push out 280 character tweet limits to users, doubling the original 140 character benchmark.

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