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How to add text posts in the TikTok app

How to add text posts in the TikTok app

On Monday, short video service TikTok announced a text-posting feature following the massive growth of Meta's text-blogging platform Threads and the dramatic rebranding of Twitter. This feature is designed for text content and you can use it to share thoughts, opinions, quotes or anything else you want to write.

Although TikTok started as a short video-only platform a few years ago, it later added support for long videos and then the ability to post photos to overtake Meta's Instagram service, which was trying to compete with TikTok and itself to focus on music videos. Short film (reels).

The addition of text post options and image viewing capabilities shows that TikTok is trying to be more than just a short video sharing platform and outperforming other social media platforms.

Creating a text post on TikTok is similar to creating a text story on Instagram, except that TikTok text posts do not disappear after 24 hours and are visible in your account.

You'll find that text posts can be personalized in a number of ways; You can add sounds, background colors, stickers, tags and enable the duet option so other people can interact with your written messages.

Short videos can spark the most interest, but if you're the type of person who prefers to write over taking and formatting photos and videos, text posts are for you. 

 How to use it: 
 How to add text posts in  Tik Tok: 
  • Open the TikTok app, then tap the plus sign (+) at the bottom of the screen
  • Swipe left on the camera screen to access text
  • Enter the text you want in the text box, then customize it by changing the font, color, and alignment
  • Click Done
  • Add your favorite sounds, stickers and backgrounds on the post-processing page
  • Click the Send to Newsfeed button to send a text message

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