According to TechCrunch, TikTok looks to be testing a new Watch History function that should save you the mental torment of trying to find that video you swear you saved. TikTok appears to be on the verge of giving us a simple method to navigate through a running list of the videos we’ve viewed on the app.
Matt Navarra, a social media expert, shared information from Twitter user Hammod Oh, who often uncovers forthcoming features on several social sites. The “Watch History” option will show under the “Content and Activity” area of your preferences, according to Oh’s screenshot.
There are yet little information regarding how the Watch History tab will work or how your previously viewed videos will be compiled. The Verge contacted TikTok about the planned functionality but did not receive a response right away.
The lack of a watch history button has prompted many of us to look for alternatives, and although there are a few, they’re nowhere near as straightforward as simply pressing on a Watch History button. One method includes restricting your search results by videos you’ve viewed, while another necessitates downloading all of your TikTok data in order to discover a single video. If TikTok implements this functionality, it will save us all a great deal of time.