The only way to bookmark and save
your favorite content on BlueSky
BlueSky is still young and growing.
While they don’t yet offer bookmarks,
that doesn’t mean you can’t save content there
Saved bookmarks show up in your dewey. feed with a small BlueSky logo on the bottom left
And filter your saved content by
source to keep your dewey. feed clean
BlueSky is a decentralized social app. Developed by Jack Dorsey, one of the
co-founders of Twitter, it’s
being built on a custom-built open-source framework called the AT Protocol, which
anybody can see what is being built and how.
BlueSky functions a lot like Twitter in the early days and is in invite-only beta mode at the moment. Because it’s stll so early, it lacks many of the features that Twitter eventually developed such as Spaces, DMs, and Bookmarks.
The app has over 1M downloads and notable users such as U.S. Congresswoman Alexandra
organizations like NPR.
Over time, we anticipate BlueSky to continue growing and adding features. Our goal, as always, is to make sure that your content, including posts you save and bookmark, belong to you.
Hear what Bluesky early adopters have to say