TikTok Q&A Helps You Interact With Creators More Easily
TikTok is now reportedly rolling out a brand new Q&A feature for its app. Meant to make it easier for content developers and followers to interact, the new feature does exactly what its branding implies. It gives users and content creators a clean UI for posing and posting questions and answers.
Of course, TikTok creators often already answer questions in comments via tools that allow for it. Namely, to respond with a video to specific comments. But the new features provide everything needed to make that more streamlined. Ensuring that TikTok stays one step ahead of the competition.
It also gives them the tools to avoid answering the same questions over and over again.
What exactly does TikTok Q&A do then?
The headlining feature here is, of course, the separate “Q&A” tab being added to content creators’ profiles. That provides easy access for viewers and creators alike when it comes to keeping tabs on questions already answered. And it provides a quick place for followers both to check for a previous answer and to post new questions.
Aside from that, commenters on videos will also now have a dedicated “?” button. That allows them to turn their comment into marked, sortable questions. Or at least, those are sortable in that content creators can filter them out of the mess of remaining comments at the touch of a button. That, in turn, lets content creators view questions all on their own and choose which ones to create video responses to.
In live streams, a similar feature is in place, letting creators share and answer questions in real-time.
This is here right now
TikTok Q&A features were already known to be in the works and under testing last month. So it shouldn’t be too surprising that these are rolling out more widely now. In fact, they should be available to everybody with the latest update to the app.
To access the feature, users with creator accounts will need to opt-in in settings.
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