How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

There have been many changes on X (formerly Twitter) since Elon Musk took over. Legacy verifications are gone, you can now edit tweets with Twitter Blue, and there’s an easier way to bookmark a Tweet on your phone and the web. This is helpful since you can save your favorite Tweets and memes with a single button.

Although there have been bugs, like images not loading or X feed not working, that have come with these features, it’s good to see X addressing users’ needs. So, if you’re wondering how to bookmark a Tweet, here’s a simple tutorial for your smartphone and computer.

What Is Twitter Bookmark

Let’s say you’re scrolling through your feed. You come across a Tweet that you like or want to share. Bookmarking it will help you find it easily. You don’t have to scroll through your timeline to find it. Facebook and Instagram also have a Save button to save links and posts.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

You can access your Twitter bookmarks to find and view all the Tweets you want to read later. So, the next time twothirds.us tweets a tutorial or review, learn how to save Tweets to read them later.

How to Bookmark Tweets on X

Bookmarking tweets on your smartphone or web is easy. Here’s how it works.

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Bookmarking Tweets on Android and iOS versions of X works the same way. Follow these steps:

1. Open the X app, find the Tweet you want to bookmark, and tap on it.

2. Select the bookmark icon next to the Like button.

When you bookmark a tweet, the icon turns blue and you receive a toast notification confirming it.

On Web

Step 1: Open X on your computer. Go to the Tweet you want to bookmark and click on it.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

Step 2: Select the bookmark icon in the bar below the tweet. It is located next to the Like button.

The Tweet will now be added to your list of bookmarks.

How to View Bookmarked Tweets

Now that you can save tweets in Bookmarks, you might wonder where to view them. Here’s what you need to do.

Review and Concise:

Step 1: Open the X app on your smartphone and tap your profile picture in the top-left corner.

Step 2: Select the Bookmarks option from the menu.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

You can now view all your Twitter bookmarks.

On Web

Step 1: Open Twitter on your computer. Find the Bookmarks option in the left pane and click on it.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

Step 2: You will see a list of all your bookmarks. Click on the tweet you want to view or share.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

How to Remove Twitter Bookmarks

Removing a Tweet from your bookmarks is easy and works the same way across platforms. Here’s how you do it.

Step 1: Access a bookmarked Tweet on any device using the steps mentioned above.

How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

Step 2: Tap/click on the bookmark icon again to delete it.

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How to Bookmark a Tweet Using Bookmarks Feature on X

The bookmark icon will become transparent when you do this. The Tweet will then be removed from your bookmarks.

1. Twitter bookmarks are private, so only you can view them.

2. Sometimes, when you try to remove a bookmark on Twitter, the tweet still appears in your bookmark list. This is a server-side bug that should be fixed soon. If you’re still unable to remove bookmarks, try using a different device.

3. To see your Twitter bookmarks, make sure you’re logged into the same account you used to bookmark the tweets. If you still can’t find your bookmarks, try accessing X from the same device you used to bookmark them.

View Your Favorite Tweets Anytime

You can easily bookmark a Tweet with just one tap or click, which makes it very convenient for saving Tweets to read later. However, there are limitations to this feature. You cannot search, organize, or categorize your Twitter bookmarks. This can make it difficult to find specific bookmarks if you have added multiple ones.

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