How to Make a Playlist on TikTok to 10x Views

Tap and hold the video and choose “Remove from playlist”. Editing your playlist is important to keep your audience engaged. Here’s how to remove a video from your playlist without deleting the video. Press and hold the video and choose “Add to playlist”.

It’s honestly the most basic feature which should have been given to creator accounts from the beginning. It allows creators to organize videos into collections for easy scrolling. Users often make playlists for videos of similar content or even “story time” videos that are posted in parts. Take @helltefi, for example, who makes multi-part series about different fallout 3 museum of technology pop culture moments on her TikTok page. While you may already know how to keep the TikToks you see on your feed organized you might not know how to organize the videos you post on your own page. That’s where TikTok playlists come in handy, and even if you’re not sure how to make one you’ve likely come across them on some of your favorite influencers’ profiles.

TikTok playlists are fairly similar to an IGTV series. If you have experience with IGTV series, then TikTok playlists will be a no-brainer. But, like all great things, it comes with a catch. TikTok playlists are only available to certain creators. Creators are discovering that TikTok playlists boost engagement on the app. If you’re one of the lucky few who have access to this sought-after feature, here’s how to make a playlist on TikTok .

When you access the profile with playlists, you can select one and start watching the first video in the playlist. Then you can follow the above ways to watch other videos in the playlist. Jenna is also an established TikTok creator.

If playlists are available to you, you can create and manage playlists on the Videos tab of your profile. Nicholas Cates writes about all things related to technology on Screenrant and how these technologies impact users, the world, and the future. He studied computer science and history at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and always tries to stay up to date on technological advancements. Based in North Carolina, Nicholas tries to always take an objective and reasonable approach to any subject he is delving into. Nicholas has also commentated for fighting game tournaments for multiple years and managed both online and in-person events and loves gaming overall. He loves anime, video games, and movies, especially Quinton Tarintino films and the MCU.

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