08 November 2017
Popular social media platform Twitter continues to bring improvements to its platform with the introduction of new features and improvements. Previously to fight spam and trolls, the company introduced new tools that were highly well taken by the users. A few months back, we then saw how Twitter announced that they would no longer be considering long usernames into the tweet character count limitation which was a great idea.
In the latest development, Twitter is bringing a similar to feature to what Facebook had for ages which helps to save a post to be viewed later. This often helps in times when you go through a content and then plan to consume it later when you are free or something that requires more time to grasp.
‘Save for Later’ feature is a new implementation that the company started during annual Hack week which Jesar Shah, who is the product manager at Twitter posted a quick demo of the prototype that was created on the event.
It seems that the company plans to bring an overflow menu at the bottom right of the tweets to replace ‘Send via DM’ which could include ‘Share via DM’ and the upcoming ‘Add to Bookmark’ feature through the final implementation could be a different tool.
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