Going LIVE in TikTok allows content providers like you to communicate with their audience in real-time.
People go LIVE to express their passions, demonstrate their skills, or just strengthen their bonds with their audiences. Let’s have a look at how going LIVE works and what you can do to make the most out of it.
For LIVE videos, TikTok has a variety of safeguards in place. Creators can filter comments, limit viewers’ ability to comment, and even block someone from seeing their LIVE video.
Before you go live on TikTok, make sure your account is permitted to do so; it is not available to all accounts.
To go LIVE on TikTok, you must be 16 years old or older and have a minimum of 1,000 followers. You may also earn gift points while going LIVE if you’re 18 or older.
You can livestream directly from your phone once you have the ability to go live.
How to Go Live on TikTok
Here are the steps to go LIVE on TikTok:
Step 1: Open your TikTok app and, if necessary, log into your account.
Step 2: In the bottom-center part of the screen, tap the + sign.
Step 3: Next to the option to record, tap the “Live” button.
Step 4: To begin with, type in the title of your Livestream and then click “Go Live.”
Step 5: To end your session, hit the ‘X’ button once you’ve finished streaming.
If you don’t see the option to go live from the recording screen, it’s because your account hasn’t met the prerequisites to use the Livestream function yet.
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