Found a tweet that aligns with your opinions or interests? Want that tweet pinned or stored in a designated location so you can read it every time you want to? In that case, you might want to bookmark the Tweet. This way you can check out your favorite tweets anytime, anywhere.
In this Twitter tutorial, we are going to show you how to bookmark a Tweet.
How to bookmark a Tweet?
Right now, you’re probably wondering how to bookmark a tweet in the first place? The idea is pretty simple.
Just click or tap the share icon right next to your tweet and you will immediately get a dropdown with a list of available sharing options.
Choose the’Add tweet to your bookmark’ and your tweet will be instantly added to a list of bookmarked tweets.
To access these tweets just click on your Profile icon and then select the Bookmarks option.
How to access Twitter bookmarks on a desktop?
As you probably know Twitter bookmarks can only be accessed from mobile. So, what do you do when you’re accessing Twitter via desktop?
How do you find your bookmarked tweets in that case? The idea is simple: all you need to do is check out the mobile version of the social media giant.
After logging in on Twitter click or tap the profile picture in the upper left part of your feed. Once you do this you will be redirected to a new set of options including the option to Bookmark.
When you click the Bookmark option you get to access all your favorited and bookmarked tweets in one place. And this is perhaps one of the easiest ways to access Bookmarked tweets on your desktop.
How to remove a bookmarked Tweet on Twitter?
You had probably followed all our tips about how to bookmark a tweet and bookmarked a bunch of your favorite tweets. A couple of months down the line you don’t find yourself aligned to all of those tweets.
So, you want to get rid of some tweets that no longer match your temperament or perspective about life and the world in general. In moments like these, you would want to get rid of the Bookmark tag from the tweets you don’t like.
Removing bookmarks is just as easy as setting them. Just tap or click the share option that you will find in the timeline of your Bookmarked tweets. Next, click the Remove Tweet from Bookmarks option to un-tag a specific tweet as Bookmark. And that’s all you need to do!
In case you want to get rid of all the Bookmarked tweets you might want to select the more icon on the Bookmarks page to get this additional option.
Can’t bookmark a Tweet
If you suddenly cannot bookmark one or more favorite tweets, first check if the app requires any update. This is one of the most common reasons why most people can’t bookmark tweets even though the feature had been working quite well for them.
The bookmarks page may also tend to hang if you have scores of tweets in one place. While that can be fixed with an update, you can also remove cache and other files to get the app working faster.