Twitter’s new Bookmarks feature saves you from embarrassing likes


On Twitter, a like is a like — unless it’s not. 

Over the years the “like” button has come to embody several distinct uses on the social media platform: a way to designate appreciation for a tweet, show agreement, or, confusingly, to essentially bookmark the tweet in question for later reading. Thankfully, with Twitter’s unveiling of an official new bookmark feature today, that ambiguity will go the way of the star (although, to be fair, we miss the star). 

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That’s right, no more “liking” a super weird tweet with a linked article — intending to revisit it later in the day when you have a free moment — only to have that same bizarre thing live forever in your “likes” tab. Read more…

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