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How to Manage “Save Videos” Settings on TikTok

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TikTok is an app that lets you share short-form videos of any kind, from dances, lip-syncing, skits, recipes, to craft tutorials. Since its release a few years ago, it has become a massive hit, especially among teenagers.

TikTok is a huge video-sharing app where you can find lots of content ranging from how-to tutorials to dance practices to memes. Unlike other apps, saving videos from TikTok is doable most of the time. You can download the videos so you can watch them online, but users have the ability to protect their content from people who want to steal it by disabling the download feature.

However, there are things a person can do to save a video to their device. As long as it doesn’t infringe the intellectual property of the TikTok account owner or puts their privacy in harm’s way, it’s fine to save videos for your own entertainment or maybe educational purposes.

While having the ability to watch the videos you love without accessing the app is great, it’s good to keep in mind TikTok’s Intellectual Property Policy. Respecting each other’s right to the content they’ve created keeps TikTok fun and useful for everyone.