Do you have a video on TikTok that’s raising your eyebrows or crossing the line? Don’t worry, TikTok’s got your back! Reporting a video is easier than you might think, and it’s your chance to help keep the platform a fun and safe space for everyone. This help center guide will walk you through reporting a video on TikTok and personalizing your feed.
Steps to report a video on TikTok
Reporting a video on TikTok is a straightforward process. Let’s get started!
Find the video you want to report. Tap on the “Share” icon, represented by an arrow pointing right.
In the menu that appears after tapping the share button, select “Report” from the options.
TikTok will redirect you to why you want to report the video. Common options include “Harassment and Bullying,” “Hate Speech,” “Violence or Dangerous Acts,” “Nudity or Sexual Activity,” and more. Select the reason that best describes the issue with the video.
After providing your reason, tap the “Submit” icon at the bottom of your TikTok page.
That’s it! You have successfully reported your targeted video.
What happens when you report a video on TikTok?
When you report a video, TikTok’s moderation team reviews your report. It assesses if it violates community guidelines. Depending on the violation, TikTok may take actions such as removing the video, warning, or suspending the user.
Can someone see if you reported their video on TikTok?
No, TikTok does not disclose your identity when you report someone’s video, so the reported user cannot see who reported their video. Your report remains confidential.
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