TikTok is testing a new video Q&A tool that will allow creators to reply to their audience’s questions more directly with either text or video responses, the company revealed to TechCrunch. We understand that the capability works across video and live streams (TikTok LIVE), however, it is presently only available to certain creators who have opted into the test.
Q&As have emerged as a popular way for creators to engage fans on social media, notably in places like Instagram Stories and other social apps like Snapchat-integrated YOLO, as well as in smaller firms.
Q&As, on the other hand, has become an important element of the TikTok commenting experience, as many producers respond to specific comments by posting a new video that explains their answer in greater depth than a brief, text comment could.
Sometimes these responses are meant to clarify or give information, while other times creators will use their video reactions to take on their bullies and trolls. As a result, the TikTok comment section has become more influential in influencing TikTok trends and culture.
Partners Know Each Other With These Questions
Those of us who live with a romantic partner is probably getting to know each other better than ever during this quarantine time.
New! TikTok’s got a Q&A feature!
Creators can add Q&A button to profile allowing followers to leave questions which they can answer via video replies or in a livestream
— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) January 19, 2021
Even if you’ve been married for years, working from home every day and spending most of your time with your immediate family has brought an intimacy to a new level for a lot of people, even if you’ve been married for years.
Because of this, the “couples challenge” is probably popular on TikTok and Instagram. Here are the couples challenge questions and links to the audio tracks for two of the most popular quizzes, if you and your partner want to see how much you know about each other.
A Third Party Neutrally Administers the Couple’s Challenge Questions.
In the event that you share living quarters with someone else, it is recommended that they film you and present you with the questions blindly so that you and your roommate/significant other can respond to each other without deliberation or waiting to see how the other person responds.
Alternatively, you could use the track with the questions already embedded in it on TikTok.
Each inquiry poses a comparative statement about which member of the pair is more likely to exhibit a given trait, such as extravagance in spending, obstinacy, or display of affection. When asked a question, you either point to the individual who best fits the description, or you hold up the shoe that belongs to the person you suspect is responsible.