How to Remove Bookmarked Tweets on Twitter (2021)

In this post, you will see the steps to save a tweet and remove a bookmarked tweet on the Twitter desktop version (PC) and app (Android and iPhone).

How to Remove Bookmarks from Twitter

If you’re on a PC, click on the “Bookmarks” on the left sidebar.

If you’re on Android or iPhone, open the Twitter app. Tap the three vertical lines at the top. Once you are on your profile, click the back arrow at the top, and then click the three vertical lines. Tap “Bookmarks.”

Find the tweet you want to remove from bookmarks.

Click on the Share icon. Hit Remove Tweet from Bookmarks, Delete Bookmark, or Remove Bookmark. You will see the option depending on your device.

Remove All Bookmarks at Once

Go to “Bookmarks” using the steps above.

Hit three vertical dots or three horizontal dots at the top (you can view one depending on your device) > Clear all Bookmarks.

In the confirmation pop-up, click Yes, I’m Sure, or Clear (you can see the option depending on your device).

How to Bookmark a Tweet on Twitter

PC

Find the tweet you want to bookmark. Click on the Share icon next to the Like icon. You will now see the option Add Tweet to Bookmarks. Hit it.

iPhone or Android

Find the tweet you want to bookmark. Click on the Share icon next to the Like icon. You can now see the Bookmark option. Hit it.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is bookmarks on Twitter?

Twitter’s Bookmarks feature lets you save tweets you want to view later. You can save tweets that belong to you or others.

Does anyone know if you bookmarked their tweet?

No. Remember that your bookmarks are private – this means that only you can see them.

Where are my Twitter bookmarks?

PC – Click on the Bookmarks on the left sidebar.

Android or iPhone

Open the Twitter app.

Tap the three vertical lines at the top. Once you are on your profile, click the back arrow at the top, and then click the three vertical lines.

Tap Bookmarks. You can now see your saved tweets.

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