If you're as addicted to TikTok as I am, you've probably heard about the alleged app's hidden counter display, which can show you how many TikToks you've viewed in your account. Most people looking at their counters are shocked to see hundreds of millions TikToks so far. Is that right?
Search for "how many TikToks viewed" on TikTok, or go to #howmanytiktoks, #howmanytiktokshaveyouwatched and similar hashtags, and you'll see what I'm talking about. Makers are astonished when they see viewing figures, such as 112 million videos, and users fill the responses with their figures – 102 million, 145 million, 115 million ̵
What is the cache?
In terms of a layman, a cache is a place where an app stores data, particularly to improve loading speeds along the way. For example, when you search for TikTok, the app caches some data, so the next time you perform that search, it may fall back on that preloaded data and perform the search faster.
Let's cache, also called the "view counter" myth. Go to your profile to find it, tap the vertical or horizontal ellipse in the top right corner and scroll down to clear & # 39; Clear cache & # 39 ;. You will probably see a number with an & # 39; M & # 39; next to it, which many people think stands for & # 39; millions & # 39 ;. What M really stands for are megabytes. So if your number is 33 M, it means 33 megabytes.
This is how it appears on an iPhone. If you use an Android phone, it is displayed as & # 39; MB & # 39; instead of just M, so there is less confusion and less chance of making someone else believe it means millions.
If you press & # 39; Clear Cache & # 39; "You can do exactly that by reducing your number to 0 M on iOS or 0 MB on Android. While people who believe the myth think that this will restore the viewing history, what you really do is the stored data in the Although it may be useful if the cache becomes too full, you might notice slightly longer waiting times because TikTok has no pre-loaded data to work with.
Is there a way to view your viewing history?  At the moment, TikTok does not have a correct display count or history option to check out. That said, if you like your favorite videos while using the app, you can always return to watch them later :
- You can double-tap a video or tap the heart button to like it You can find your beloved videos by tapping the & # 39; Heart & # 39; tab on your profile page.  You can hold a video for a long time to turn it on add your favorites, or tap the Share icon and then tap & # 39; Add to favorites & # 39; "You can find your favorite videos by tapping the" bookmark "tab on your profile page.
You may also be able to view your view history by downloading your personal data from TikTok We have not heard anything about it from TikTok and the data dumps we requested in the app have not yet returned.