There are two methods to save TikToks without posting them:
To save a TikTok draft to camera roll, open the draft and start screen recording on your phone.
TikTok also enables you to put together multiple recordings and create a video. But if you want to put several separate videos together, you need to save the drafts in the camera roll and upload them into the TikTok editor without posting them. However, TikTok doesn’t offer a ‘save’ button to save a draft to your device gallery. You can only save TikToks after posting them.
How can you then download a video from TikTok without posting it? Well, there’s a workaround that lets you save TikTok videos without posting them.
Basically, there are two methods that allow you to save TikToks without posting them.
This method allows you to post the video to the private uploads on your profile and at the same time saves it to your camera roll.
The second method involves two phases: uploading the video as ‘private’ and saving the posted private video to your device.
Phase 1: Upload the video as ‘private’.
Phase 2: Save the private video to your device.
The TikTok video is now saved to your camera roll. However, you’ll see that videos saved this way have the watermark and your username on them, which may be a real nuisance when you try to mix separate clips to create one video.
If you want to know how to download TikTok videos to your camera roll without the watermark, read our blog post on that topic.
Unfortunately, there is no built-in feature that allows you to save a TikTok to your camera roll without posting it. Luckily, there’s a workaround that allows you to save the draft to your device.
Next, explore how to save someone else’s TikTok videos to your camera roll.
TikTok doesn’t allow you to save a TikTok video without first posting it. However, there are two workarounds. You can save the TikTok while posting it as a private video, or you can first post the video as private and then download it to your camera roll.
If you don’t want to post the TikTok draft at all, but want to save it to your camera roll, open the draft and start screen recording on your phone. The screen recording of the draft will be saved to your device without the watermark.
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