Next project: folders for your Twitter bookmarks

I use Twitter a lot, and I also save useful Tweets in my Twitter bookmarks so I can refer back to them later, or for longer threads or posts, so I can read them later. However, Twitter is lacking in a couple of basic bookmarking functionality, i.e. folders and search for bookmarks.

I did a quick search on Twitter and found that lots of people have been asking for this too, so I thought I would have a go at creating a solution.

The vision for this product would be to combine private and public bookmarks so you can not only save but also share your bookmarks.

This is by no means a new concept - bookmarking apps have been done to death. But I think there's room for a Twitter-specific bookmarking tool that a) integrates tightly with Twitter, and b) provides a UX that's tailor-made for reading tweets.

Well that's the hypothesis, so this will be an experiment to test that :)


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    Yes please build this! I think quotable twitter personalities will do the marketing for you. Hard to believe this doesn’t exist yet. Go for it!

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      Thanks for the encouragement!

      I've often thought about why popular apps lack certain "obvious" features, but I'm sure the view of what's obvious or important from inside a those companies would be different to ours.

      Btw, what do you mean by "quotable twitter personalities"?


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        By “quotable twitter personalities” I mean respected thought leaders whose tweets get bookmarked a lot. Like I can imagine James Clear or Jack Butcher tweeting about this new bookmarking functionality so that more and more of their followers might continue bookmarking. In a way, it’s self-serving for building their twitter audiences, which means there’s a good chance they will share it. Nothing better than free, word-of-mouth marketing.

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          Understood, and that's a great insight. Thanks for sharing.

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