TikTok today, Tuesday (20/9), announced the presence of the TikTok Now application in Indonesia. Called as a new way to be entertained and connected with fellow community on TikTok, TikTok Now allows users to share photos and videos with the people closest to them. How is it different from the pre-existing TikTok app?
Features of TikTok Now
One of the main attractions of TikTok Now is that users will be interested in recording and uploading 10-second videos or photos every day. The video recording can use the front camera or the back camera of the cellphone. Users will receive a warning notification if they haven’t uploaded any content in one day.
According to TikTok, the app is designed with security and privacy in mind. Users have complete control over who can see or engage with their content. Of course there is also the option to block others and choose which comments appear on the content.
Just like TikTok, if someone under the age of 16 creates a TikTok Now account, it will be set to private by default. In addition, users under the age of 18 cannot share their content on lama explore. Users between the ages of 13 and 15 will have a “Friends Only” comment option to help protect users from unwanted interactions.
For users 18 years and over, the default setting is ‘Friends can view’. To change this privacy setting, users can tap the Friends can view option on the Post screen, then select who they want to give permission to view the upload.
Please note, people who are not followers and people who are not followed will not be able to comment or interact with the post.