How to Repost Videos on TikTok?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Repost Videos on TikTok?

Reposting a video has the added benefit of reaching a different audience and garnering a lot of attention, so it’s understandable why you’d want to do it.

Now, on to the matter at hand – how to do that.

Easy, just follow these steps:

  • Copy the link of the TikTok video
  • Open a third-party TikTok Downloader
  • Paste the link
  • Download the video without the watermark
  • Repost it from your account

Doing this is a bit more complicated than I let on in the steps above but not to worry! I’ve prepared a step-by-step guide fitted with screenshots to help you understand better.

This will be a long one, so grab a coffee or something…

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How to Repost Videos on TikTok?

How Can You Repost Videos on TikTok?

Like I said before, to repost a TikTok video, you must remove the watermark, and you’ll need a third-party tool to do that.

Copy the link to the video, paste it into a TikTok downloader platform, and then download it. That’s it, now the video doesn’t have a watermark.

You’re free to do with it as you please!

Keep reading to see how that’s done:

Download the Video Without a Watermark

Follow my instructions below to do this:

1. Find the video and copy the link

Begin by opening TikTok and finding the video you want to repost. Then, find the “Share” icon located on the right-hand sidebar (see below)

Find the video and copy the link
Find the video and copy the link

Once you tap the “Share” icon, a menu will appear at the bottom of the screen

Copy link
Copy link

In this menu, you’ll see several options for sharing the video, including WhatsApp, SMS, Messenger, and so on.

You don’t need those. Instead, look for the “Copy link” option. It’s on the first menu bar, next to WhatsApp and other social media platforms. Check the screenshot above for help locating it!

After you find it, tap on it, and a notification will appear that you successfully copied the link in your clipboard.

2. Open a TikTok downloader websites

Open a TikTok downloader website
Open a TikTok downloader website

Next, you need to download the video through a TikTok downloader platform. I recommend “SSS TikTok” for this. I’ve used it and can confirm that it removes the watermark entirely

Search for the “TikTok” downloader on Google and use the first link. That one is usually the most used and trustworthy.

This will take you to the main platform, where you can paste the link and download the video.

3. Paste the link and tap on “Download”

Paste the link and tap on “Download”
Paste the link and tap on “Download”

The main window will have a text box where you can paste the link. Hold-tap on the text bod and select “Paste” when the option appears.

Then, select “Download“!

4. Select “Download without watermark.”

Select “Download without watermark”
Select “Download without watermark.”

After you tap “Download,” you’ll be shown several downloading options:

  • Without watermark
  • Without watermark [2]
  • Download MP3

I don’t know what the second option does, but the first one works as intended, so tap it!

Once the download finishes, you’ll see a notification at the top of the screen saying, “File downloaded.”

You can open it now and see that it has no watermark.

Without watermark
Without watermark

Now, you can send the video to your friends or even repost it on TikTok without the watermark.

Repost the TikTok Video

Now that you’ve downloaded the video without a watermark, it’s time to repost it on TikTok

Disclaimer – don’t think that without the watermark, the video is copyright-free. Because it’s not. The video was clearly created by someone else before you, and it belongs to them.

Either way, to repost it, follow my instructions:

1.

Select “Post” on TikTok
Select “Post” on TikTok

Once you open TikTok, find the “Post” icon at the bottom of the page and select it.

2. Tap on “Upload

Tap on “Upload”
Tap on “Upload”

After you select “Post,” you’ll be taken to another page where you can take photos or videos.

Look for the “Upload” button next to the camera button. It’ll show one of the pictures in the camera roll as an icon but check the screenshot above for more help!

This will open your Camera Roll!

3. Find the downloaded video

Find the video
Find the video

In the Camera Roll, you should have three menus – “All,” “Videos,” and “Photos.”

Select the “Videos” option to search through the videos in your camera roll.

Once you find the video you’re looking for, tap on it.

This will select the video, showing a “1” on it. This means you can select multiple videos to post.

It’ll also show the video you selected at the bottom of the screen. Once you’re done, tap on ”Next” in the bottom-right corner.

4. Tap on Next

Tap on Next
Tap on Next

After you select the video and tap on “Next“, you’ll be taken to the editing page.

This is where you can edit the length of the video. Ignore this page if you want to repost the entire video on TikTok.

However, if you only want to post a sequence, you can edit the length at the bottom of the screen.

After you’re done, tap on “Next” in the top-right corner.

This will take you to another editing page.

5. Edit and select “Next.”

Edit and select “Next”
Edit and select “Next.”

You can customize several aspects of the video on this next editing page before posting the video it.

You can add stickers, text, and filters, edit the effects, add a voiceover, and even add music to the video.

Change the volume of the video itself or change the privacy settings. When you’re done, you can either post the video to your story or select “Next” to continue to the next step.

6. Post the video

Post the video
Post the video

In this final editing page, you can add a description and tag friends if you want to.

You can also disable comments and select the privacy options for the video.

When you’re done, look at the bottom of the screen for the “Post” button.

Tap on it to post the video on TikTok.

That’s it! You’ve learned how to download a TikTok video without a watermark and repost it on the platform.

Conclusion

Reposting TikTok videos is a known strategy of many social media celebrities.

They repost old videos to boost their engagement by showcasing the content to a different audience.

When you repost something, the content will be exposed to a different audience compared to its initial publishing.

It may even receive more views and likes than it did originally. Or it might do worse than before, which is always nice to see (irony).

TikTok doesn’t like it when you repost content too often, though. You may even receive a shadow ban if you do it very often.

Is it good to repost your TikTok?

It depends on what you want to achieve. Do you want to increase your exposure by reposting content you knew was good?

Or do you want to repost something that you didn’t like the quality of?

You might be forced to repost something if the feedback wasn’t good enough the first time.

The best idea is to repost a video that you know was viral in the past.

People may have forgotten about it already, but now that you’re reposting it, it’ll bring your attention again.

Can you repost your TikToks?

Yes, you can. But it doesn’t mean you should. If most of your old videos are low-quality and haven’t received too much attention, reposting them won’t do you any good.

It might even ruin your reputation for posting bad content.

Choose those videos that had the most views and the highest engagement.

You should post those videos because they’ll improve your engagement even more.

Chances are that people will like this content since they previously liked it.

All in all, look at the previous performance of a post before you decide whether to repost it or not!

If it’s bad content, leave it alone. Better yet, you can hide it so that other people don’t see it.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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