Posting to TikTok (via Reminders)

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.

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

Single Video
.MP4 File
Under 60 seconds*
Under 50 MB**

Direct Posting
Multiple Videos .MP4 Files via Reminders
Image(s) Up to 12 images via Reminders

Video + Caption
.MP4 File
Under 60 seconds
Under 50 MB**

via Reminders
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.

Posting to TikTok via Reminders

Whenever you add a caption to your post, multiple videos, or multiple images, the post will automatically be set to publish via Reminders. So, make sure you have followed all the steps described in the article focused on our mobile app. When this happens, you will see a mobile phone at the bottom right corner of your post.

You will also see one in your category view, right next to the profile icon that will post via Reminders. In this case, the TikTok profile.

In the SocialBee Mobile App

Like with any other profile that posts via Reminders, once you receive the notification and open it, you'll be able to preview the post details in our mobile app. You'll see a thumbnail of the video, the caption, and the date and hour at which it was scheduled.

The next step is to tap on "Share Post" and you will see two prompts. First of all, you'll have to check that you are logged onto the right profile in your TikTok app.

Then, you will receive a confirmation that your caption has been copied.

Once you click "OK" the TikTok app will open with the file(s) all loaded up.

In the TikTok App

Here, you have full access to all the TikTok features, but we usually recommend keeping things simple. Click Next (at the top right corner) after you've confirmed that the right file(s) have been added.

Then, you can add a sound, text, effects, and any other in-app features you would normally use in TikTok. Once you're done (or to skip it entirely), click "Next".

The final step is to add your caption, tag people (if any), and set your final settings for the post. Once that's completed, click done and you should see the post on your profile within seconds!

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