Understanding Twitter's Bookmark Limits
Twitter lets you bookmark tweets for later, which is really handy. But there's a catch. You can save tons of tweets, but it can be hard to view more than 1,000 of them. There's no limit to how many you can bookmark, but Twitter restricts how often you can bookmark or view them in a short time, like every 15 minutes. This limit keeps their system running smoothly. You can find more on this in Twitter’s Developer Documentation.
How xbase Improves Bookmarking
Here's where xbase comes in to make things much better.
No More Limits
xbase lets you bypass Twitter's bookmark limits. It stores the tweets you bookmark on your computer, so you're not tied to Twitter's viewing rules. You can save as many tweets as you wish and look at them any time. Plus, even if a tweet gets deleted on Twitter, you can still view it on xbase!
Find and Search Your Bookmarks Easily
The best part about xbase is how it makes finding your saved tweets easier. Searching through a lot of bookmarks on Twitter can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. xbase lets you tag and sort your bookmarks. And since they're on your computer, you can search for any word or tag super fast. This is a big step up from Twitter's own bookmark feature.
To wrap it up, Twitter's bookmark feature is great, but it has its limits. xbase removes these limits and makes organizing and finding your bookmarks really simple. Your saved tweets are easy to find and always there when you need them. For anyone who bookmarks a lot, xbase is a real game-changer.