A few months ago, Twitter rolled out a new Bookmarks feature. It’s fantastic. I don’t know about you, but Twitter is where I’m getting most of my best research leads these days. Not just links, but nested threads by experts. It’s delightful, but hard to keep track of the gems. Bookmarks fixes this. The feature isn’t readily accessible on desktop yet, but there’s a work-around.
Setting a bookmark on mobile
1. Tap on the tweet to expand it.
2. At the bottom of the tweet, tap , and choose Add Tweet to bookmarks.
Accessing bookmarks on mobile
1. Go to the Home screen.
2. Tap your user picture (upper left), and choose Bookmarks.
To set or access bookmarks on a desktop browser, you have to use the mobile version of the site.
1. In the URL, insert an “m.” after the forward slashes (for example: https://m.twitter.com), then press Enter.
2. Now you’re looking at the mobile version of the site, and the instructions above will work, except that your user picture will be on the top left.
Snazzy, right? This function is my new favorite thing.