Popular short video app TikTok launched a new feature called Stitch to allow TikTokers to engage with the other users on the platform in an easier way. With Stitch, users will be able to integrate scenes from other users’ content into their own videos.
When you post a video on TikTok, your creativity has the potential to ignite a chain reaction. Videos can kickstart new trends, inspire Duets, and transform into remixes. Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of a new editing feature called Stitch, which introduces yet another way for users to engage with the world of content that’s made and shared every day by the ever-creative TikTok community.Source: TikTok Newsroom
The company also shared a quick video to explain how to use the new Stitch feature.
Now Introducing: STITCH! Make the ultimate collab with your fav creators 🎬♬ original sound – tiktok
Just like with the Duet feature, users are able to decide in their settings if they want other users to Stitch their content or not.
TikTok has been facing political problems in many countries including India and the United States, for a while.
On June 29, the Indian government banned TikTok as well as other 58 China-based apps under section 69A of the Information Technology Act. After a month, the government banned another collection of 47 Chinese apps including the lite version of TikTok.
After a short time, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order to ban US transactions with the TikTok-owner ByteDance and WeChat-owner Tencent. Then TikTok announced that it would file a lawsuit against the Trump Administration over the executive order.