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TikTok Clear Mode: How To Enable The Distraction-Free Version

To enable Clear Mode, assuming it has been enabled for the user, just tap and hold on the screen. Doing so will open a dialog box that will show a Clear Mode option nestled between Add to Favorites and Report buttons. Once Clear Mode is enabled, users will see a small icon in the bottom right/left corner of the screen that users can tap to revert to the standard view. TikTok hasn’t officially confirmed any rollout plans for the Clear Mode, but given the scope of testing, it won’t be long before it is widely rolled out. Of course, there’s always a chance it might end up on the chopping board based on feedback and business considerations. After all, engagement serves as a crucial parameter for advertisers to forge partnerships with content creators to hawk goods and make some money for both parties.

Clear Mode comes with its own set of perks and drawbacks. Take, for instance, the ability to take screenshots or capture a screen recording. On the one hand, the captured media looks clean without any on-screen buttons or text. But, on the flip side, it can be re-uploaded by a bad actor without giving any due credit to the original creator. The clean UI is visually pleasing, but without core engagement data points such as likes or comments, the algorithm has less information on creating a user’s profile and showing them more relevant content. But it’s just about videos. A lower engagement also means the ads that users see will also be haphazard and less relevant to their interests, which is neither good for the audience nor for TikTok’s business.

Sources: Twitter / @SaudiAndroid, Twitter / @ambrassmoi, Twitter /@aj_malakai


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TikTok Clear Mode: How To Enable The Distraction-Free Version

To enable Clear Mode, assuming it has been enabled for the user, just tap and hold on the screen. Doing so will open a dialog box that will show a Clear Mode option nestled between Add to Favorites and Report buttons. Once Clear Mode is enabled, users will see a small icon in the bottom right/left corner of the screen that users can tap to revert to the standard view. TikTok hasn’t officially confirmed any rollout plans for the Clear Mode, but given the scope of testing, it won’t be long before it is widely rolled out. Of course, there’s always a chance it might end up on the chopping board based on feedback and business considerations. After all, engagement serves as a crucial parameter for advertisers to forge partnerships with content creators to hawk goods and make some money for both parties.

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Clear Mode comes with its own set of perks and drawbacks. Take, for instance, the ability to take screenshots or capture a screen recording. On the one hand, the captured media looks clean without any on-screen buttons or text. But, on the flip side, it can be re-uploaded by a bad actor without giving any due credit to the original creator. The clean UI is visually pleasing, but without core engagement data points such as likes or comments, the algorithm has less information on creating a user’s profile and showing them more relevant content. But it’s just about videos. A lower engagement also means the ads that users see will also be haphazard and less relevant to their interests, which is neither good for the audience nor for TikTok’s business.

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Sources: Twitter / @SaudiAndroid, Twitter / @ambrassmoi, Twitter /@aj_malakai

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