TikTok has introduced text-based content on the social media platform as a “new way to express and share your creativity on TikTok.”
TikTok announced the new feature on Tuesday.
The statement reads: “Today, we’re thrilled to announce the expansion of text posts on TikTok, a new format for creating text-based content that broadens options for creators to share their ideas and express their creativity.
“With text posts, we’re expanding the boundaries of content creation for everyone on TikTok, giving the written creativity we’ve seen in comments, captions, and videos a dedicated space to shine.”
“Text is the latest addition to options for content creation, allowing creators to share their stories, poems, recipes, and other written content on TikTok – giving creators another way to express themselves and making it even easier to create,” the statement also stated.
The text posts, TikTok says, can be customised with stickers, background colours, sounds, tags and hashtags to make the posts “just as dynamic and interactive as any video or photo post.”
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