Why is TikTok not Showing My Videos
It is so frustrating If you don’t know “why is TikTok not showing my videos”, generally, if you make your TikTok account public, the app starts showing your videos. But sometimes, it has different issues.
Here, I will explain how to fix the problem in your TikTok, please follow all steps below first and then apply the last solution to resolve your issue.
Why is TikTok not Showing My Videos?
If your video is not showing on TikTok it can be due to privacy settings, or an outdated TikTok app version. Restarting your mobile phone can resolve this issue. However, in some cases, the problem was found with the TikTok cache and with TikTok technical issues.
Every Step One by One.
1. Check Your Tik Tok Account Status
Make sure that your Tik Tok account is not private, to check this you simply go to your Tik Tok profile and then click on 3 dots from the right top corner.
- Click on privacy and Safety.
- You see the option private account is enabled, you have to make this disabled.
- Once Done, your account and the content will be available to the public.
2. Enable Video Settings
- Now go back to the profile’s main page
- Click any of the videos
- Click The 3 dots
- Click on Privacy Settings(shows paddock lock)
Now here you have to make sure that the option ‘Who Can View This Video” is set to Public.
3. Restart Your TikTok App
- You need to restart your TikTok app, you can do this by going to settings.
- Under the apps option, Find TikTok App and Select Force Stop.
- If you are unable to find Force Stop Option.
- Then simply restart your mobile phone.
4. Check your TikTok app is up to Date
If you are an Apple user go to the app store and if you are an android user then go to the Play store.
- Find TikTok and select it.
- If you see it says to update, then you need to update the app immediately.
But, in case, it says to Uninstall or open which means you don’t need to do anything.
5. Clean Up TikTok Cache
How to Cleanup TikTok cache? It is very simple, to do this you need to close your Tik Tok app first.
- Go to settings then Scroll down to applications.
- Find an application manager.
- Scroll down to TikTok.
- Click on Tik Tok.
Here you see the option clear cache, you click on this and it is done.
6. Remove Tik Tok and ReInstall
Simply go to settings and uninstall your TikTok app, but before you uninstall, make sure to clear data and Clear the cache.
After doing all, then uninstall and restart your phone.
Now go to the app store, or play store and install your TikTok and sign in with your account.
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Hope these methods will help you to get views, but if you are unable to get the solution done. Then check the Last Solution below.
This is a very common problem that your TikTok doesn’t show your video to anyone.
Zero Views on All or Recent TikTok Video
Let’s understand a technical problem here, Tik Tok has an algorithm to block people from uploading videos they don’t own, meaning people just download the other viral videos and upload them on their own profile to gain views and followers.
So, Tik Tok catches a bunch of such videos and blocks them, but it has a problem too, this algorithm sometimes catches the original video too, and takes this video under review which is unfair.
How to find your video under review on TikTok?
If you have a video with 0 views, even your own views do not count to it. Click that video and then click 3 dots, try to share your video via message to your friend, if you click on share and it says “this video is under review and can’t be shared right now”, then the algorithm Tik Tok has blocked your video.
Now, all you need to do is click the plus size and record and make a video in TikTok any funny thing and publish it, if you manage to get a single view by watching yourself, then that is it, you don’t have any problem with your account, it is problem with the algorithm.
I know it is terrible, but this is how Tik Tok is working right now.
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Another thing you need to keep in mind, do not to use hateful language or abusive words for LBGTQ+ people, and people with disabilities, in descriptions, tags, or text on videos.