TikTok is testing a new feature that allows users to see which followers have watched their videos. Otherwise, the people you follow will be able to know that you’ve seen their posts. A TikTok spokesperson told TechCrunch that the new feature isn’t widely available, which suggests that it’s currently part of a limited test with a select number of users.
This feature was first discovered online by a social media consultant Matt Navarra, who posted a screenshot showing the new function. The screenshot shows that TikTok is referring to the feature as “post view history”. They also show that you can turn the feature off at any time from the Settings menu. Also, it looks like the post view history will only be available for seven days from the date the video was posted.
A TikTok spokesperson told TechCrunch: “We are always thinking about new ways to bring value to our community and enrich the TikTok experience.
As with any other experimental feature, it is unknown when or if TikTok plans to roll out this functionality more widely. If officially launched, it will expand on TikTok’s current feature. lets you know who viewed your profile. This feature is only available to users over 16 years old with less than 5,000 followers. If you have the post view feature, you’ll see an eye icon in the top right corner when viewing your own profile. If you click on it, you will see who has viewed your profile in the last thirty days. Only you can see who has viewed your profile, but if you enable this feature, you also agree to let others know that you’ve viewed their profile.
You have to manually choose to see the TikTok profile, but don’t know if that’s the case with the post view history. TikTok doesn’t say whether other people can only know that you’ve watched their videos if you’ve enabled the feature yourself, as is the case with profile views.
The new feature could be a welcome addition for those who want to keep track of who has viewed their content, but on the other hand, it can be an annoying feature for users who want to keep their watch history. them for themselves.