Elon organizes the Bookmark option on Twitter

Twitter has been receiving a lot of new updates since Elon Musk took over. A lot of updates have come to Twitter alongside several updates and polls.

People have been asking for a lot of changes in twitter and it just gets ignored every time. But now that Elon has took over and claims “free speech” to the audience, many of the bizarre requests and controversies have been getting answered.

Similarly, the situation of bookmarks on Twitter is one of those most requested issues. People have been wanting files within the bookmark section for a long time now. Recently, Elon has tweeted something about altering the bookmark option and including files within it so people will be able to arrange their bookmarks.

“Twitter has a bookmark function accessible through share button on tweet.

To read bookmarks, tap profile icon.

This obscure UI will be fixed in Jan,” informed Elon to the users and replied to the same giving the idea that was about to happen.

Look at his tweet here:-

Other than this, a lot of non-blue-tick-users may not know that there is also an edit option available on tweets for blue tick users. You just have to pay monthly to be a blue tick user.

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