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At TikTok, we work to support the well-being of everyone in our community. Below you can learn about some of our initiatives and the expert resources we provide in our app as we care for our community.

Digital Well-being

Your well-being, both online and offline. We want you to feel happy and healthy by finding a balance with technology that feels right for you.

Well-being features

Our digital well-being tools help you have more control over how much time you spend on TikTok and limit content that may not be appropriate for all audiences. These settings may vary depending on your region and version of the app.

Screen Time Management

Screen Time Management is a feature that enables you to decide how much time you’d like to spend on TikTok each day. Learn more

Restricted Mode

Restricted Mode is an option that limits the appearance of content that may not be appropriate for all audiences. It can be switched on or off via your account settings. Restricted Mode is also one of the features that a parent can control directly when Family Pairing is turned on. Learn more

Suicide & self-harm

We work to foster a supportive and welcoming community. We hope that the cool dances, beautiful songs, cute animals, stunning scenery, and comedy can bring happiness to people on our platform. But sometimes, loneliness and stress are hard to avoid. If you or someone you may know are having a tough time or contemplating self-harm, we want you to know that help is available. Learn more about what TikTok is doing to support and protect those in our community who are struggling.

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Media literacy

TikTok is a place where people can learn more about the world around them. To help people explore TikTok safely, we’ve partnered with the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) to create a safety video series, called “Be Informed,” which shows our community how to help keep TikTok a place where authentic content can thrive, provide advice on how to evaluate content online, and use those skills and TikTok’s in-app features to help protect against the inadvertent spread of misleading information.

Media literacy is an important building block for an informed online experience. Being media literate means having the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using all forms of communication. Learn more

Question the Source” asks people to find out who is authoring the content that they see.

Question the Graphics” challenges the TikTok community to analyze the visual images they come across.

Question Your Bias” reminds people to consider how their experiences influence what they believe.

When to Share vs. When to Report” encourages the TikTok community to reflect on whether the content they want to share, should be shared.

Fact vs. Opinion” helps people determine whether statements are expressing truths or beliefs.

Not Interested” shows people that they can control what they see.