Users of Apple iPhones will now be able to view bookmark counts on tweets thanks to a new feature released by Twitter. The Twitter Support account tweeted the new iOS app feature’s announcement. “We adore using Bookmarks to store Tweets for subsequent review. The total number of times a Tweet has been bookmarked is now visible on iOS’s Tweet information page “read the tweet.
“Your Bookmarks are still private, so don’t worry. We won’t ever reveal whose accounts have bookmarked a Tweet “That was commercial.
The business stated that it intends to enhance this feature on the support page for the new feature. Whether they are the author or the reader, everyone on the platform may see the number of bookmarks on a tweet.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk had previously promised a feature that would make it simple for users to favourite messages. Later, the platform began rolling it out on iOS. Users now have a simpler time adding posts to their bookmarks because to the new functionality, which places the bookmark option beneath the enlarged tweet view.
In the meantime, the microblogging service last month deleted subtitles from its social audio rooms, or “Spaces,” for iOS.