TikTok Jump Enables Creators to Incorporate Third-Party Mini-Programs, Services

Early beta collaborators were Breathwrk, Quizlet, StatMuse, Tabelog, Whisk, Wikipedia

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TikTok Monday introduced TikTok Jump, a new way for creators to incorporate mini-programs and services from third-party providers into their videos.

The video creation platform said users worldwide can click on the links generated by Jumps to explore recipes, take quizzes and discover useful learning tools, as examples.

TikTok’s early beta collaborators in Jump were Breathwrk, Quizlet, StatMuse, Tabelog and Whisk, using the feature to provide creators with options including calming breathing exercises, flashcards for French or Spanish vocabulary, recipes and sports statistics.



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