How to put password on your TikTok


The TikTok app (Android | iOS) allows you to create passwords to control usage time and access to restricted content. These two measures work as parental control options, used to manage the use of the social network by teenagers, but they can also be applied as a form of self-control.

The TikTok digital wellness area offers two password-controlled features: screen time management and restricted mode. In the first, the user determines a time limit between 40 and 120 minutes of use and, after this period, the app is blocked by a numeric password. The restricted mode, on the other hand, limits the display of some content. In both cases, the password used is the same. See how to insert!

TikTok: how to put password in the app

Step 1: open your TikTok profile through the “Me” tab and select the three dots icon, located in the upper right corner of the screen;

Step 2: on the preferences screen, tap “Digital well-being”;

Step 3: then choose the mode you want to activate. For this article, the option “Screen time management” was selected;

Step 4: on the feature introduction screen, tap “Time limit” to set the period;

Step 5: then choose the maximum usage period. Upon reaching this time, the password will be requested;

Step 6: after setting the time, tap “Enable Screen Time Management”;

Step 7: then enter a numeric password. It is necessary to confirm it in the sequence;

Step 8: the app will confirm that the feature is turned on. It is necessary to enter the password after the time limit.

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