Similar to YouTube’s watch history concept, TikTok is reportedly working on a feature that will spare you the trouble of endlessly searching for a video you liked.
According to a report by TechCrunch, TikTok may finally give users a straightforward way to browse through a running list of the videos seen on the app.
#TikTok is testing adding a watch history feature in the app pic.twitter.com/zFLn6uYSUr
— Hammod Oh (@hammodoh1) March 26, 2022
Matt Navarra retweeted these findings from Twitter user Hammod Oh, who frequently unearths upcoming features on various social platforms. Oh’s screenshot indicates the “Watch History” option will appear under the “Content and Activity” heading of your settings.
There still aren’t many details about what the Watch History page will look like or how it will compile your previously watched videos, and TikTok has also not reverted to queries regarding the same. When contacted by TechCrunch, TikTok provided its standard statement that it is “always thinking about new ways to bring value to our community and enrich the TikTok experience,” but declined to comment further.
If updated with this fantastic new feature, the watch history will save loads of time for users who want to go back to a short video that they saw before.