Export Twitter Bookmarks

How to Export Twitter bookmarks




Let's say you want to export your bookmarks out of Dewey and onto your local machine or wherever. This is really easy to do. First, select the bookmarks that you want to export. You can either individually select them like this or choose from up top to select all. I'm already in my architecture folder, so I'm just going to click select all. This will select all of the bookmarks in this folder.

On the menu bar that shows up at the bottom, I'm going to click export. You'll notice there are four different options. I can either export to CSV, export to PDF, export to the clipboard, or I can also export the media.

In the past, when we offered export, we could only offer it for the textual content inside of a bookmark, but now you can export all of the media. So, regardless of what happens to those files on Twitter, they're saved on Dewey. That means that you can export them onto your local machine.

By clicking export media, we tell you that we're generating a media bundle. We'll let you know when it's ready. And you'll see that the included files in the package are two, because I had two bookmarks in there. I can just download them or choose to delete them.


Step by step guide

How to Export Twitter bookmarks

Step 1 Sign up to dewey.

Sign up to dewey. and log in to the app.

Step 2 Select a Twitter Bookmark

Click on the selector box at the bottom-right corner of a bookmark in the dewey. feed. You can select as many as you would like at a time. Using Search helps speed this along. Click Select All next to the Sort option to select all of your bookmarks at once.

Step 3 Click Export in the Action Bar

In the Action Bar now available at the bottom of the dewey. feed click Export and select either CSV or Clipboard to initiate the export.