But he stressed that they may differ at the release.
TikTok has also started testing avatars, keyword filtering on the recommendations page, group chats, screen sharing in live broadcasts and a subscription like Twitch, writes TechCrunch with reference to social media analyst Matt Navarre.
TikTok will decide to launch new features after evaluating feedback from users — it is exploring different ways to develop the community, a representative of the social network commented to the publication.
Since December 2020, TikTok has started testing videos with a duration of up to three minutes, since May 2021 — in-app purchases in Europe and the UK, since October – a service for donating bloggers who have more than 100 thousand subscribers, and since December – a platform for live broadcasts. Since January 20, 2022, the service has been testing a paid subscription for video authors.