Although most of the tweets on twitter are a quick read, still most of the users want to save some of them as a good example for more in-depth analysis.\r\nAfter receiving a lot of requests for\u00a0a \u201cSave for Later\u201d feature, during its annual Hack Week activities, finally, the company has now started producing Bookmarking tool.\r\nProduct Manager of Twitter, Mr. Jesar Shah has\u00a0advertised\u00a0the new feature on the platform and provided a quick demo of the prototype they designed at the event.\r\nCurrently, the company has decided to reconstruct the\u00a0\u201csend via DM\u201d icon bottom right side of tweets along with an overflow menu.\r\nHi Twitter! Many of you (especially in Japan!) have said you\u2019d like to be able to easily + privately save Tweets for later. Right now, people bookmark Tweets by liking, DM-ing to themselves, or Retweeting. But this could be easier.\u00a0https:\/\/twitter.com\/i\/moments\/917475191323746304\u00a0\u2026\r\nThat menu will consist of both\u00a0 \u201cshare via DM\u201d and the forthcoming\u00a0\u201cAdd to Bookmark\u201d features, even though the final version may be changed. All those tweets which are being marked as Bookmarked can be viewed using a list in settings.\r\nMr. Shah also proclaimed that apparently, users can only make do with liking or sending tweets to themselves through DM.\r\nWhen the feature will be revealed, the users don\u2019t have to do either of those things, whenever the users witness a longer tweet including photos, those that indicate the series\u2019 beginning of a series or those that connect to long pieces to access them in their free time.