Posting to TikTok
Posting to TikTok can help you reach a whole new audience, especially among young adults and teenagers. SocialBee can help you do this and if you'd like to know how, follow along with this article.
Connecting your TikTok account
The first thing you have to do when you're posting is to connect your profile. To do this, scroll to the bottom of your SocialBee dashboard and click the TikTok button.
You will be prompted to log into your account (if you weren't already) and then authorize SocialBee to access some of your account's information. Once you're done, you'll be able to share videos or images on this platform!
Your Post Conditions in SocialBee
Because both SocialBee and TikTok are constantly growing, here is how different types of posts will be shared:
|Post Type||Media Conditions||Sharing Type|
Under 60 seconds*
Under 50 MB**
|Multiple Videos||.MP4 Files||via Reminders|
|Image(s)||Up to 12 images||via Reminders|
Video + Caption
Under 60 seconds
Under 50 MB**
|Image + Caption||Up to 12 images||via Reminders|
* Videos over 60 seconds will be shared via Reminders
** Videos over 50 MB will be shared via Reminders.
Sharing a Post Directly via SocialBee
SocialBee can share single-video posts without a caption directly to TikTok, where you can open the post and customize the video with all their in-app tools. Here are the steps to create the post in SocialBee, in your Post Editor:
- Select the TikTok profile(s)
- Add the video you want to share
- Select a category
Once your post has been scheduled and it's ready to post, you will receive 2 notifications in TikTok: one letting you know that the video is being processed, and one when it's ready to be shared:
After the first notification, you'll see that TikTok is ready to share your post. Click on that, and then the notification at the very top to start the posting process in TikTok.
Once you've clicked that, TikTok's video editor will be opened and three more steps have to be taken before you're all done. Remember, here, you have access to all of their in-app video editing features so you can tweak and customize them as needed.
After that, just check your profile to see the video on there and you're all set! You've shared your first TikTok post.