New Delhi: Chinese short-form video creation app TikTok has partnered with IMDb, an online database of information about movies, TV series and more, to allow users to tag movies and TV shows in US and UK videos. Each video can have up to five tags, with each tag pointing to an in-app page with details about the movie or series, as well as some related videos, he reports Engadget.
Users can tag shows and movies by selecting the “Add Link” option before posting a video. When a user selects the “Movies & TV” option, he can browse over 12 million titles on IMDb and add the titles he is looking for. (ALSO READ: Frustrated by high gas and diesel prices? Find out how oil companies earn per liter)
The feature will be useful for “users who share a lot of movies and TV-related posts, or who are looking for content about their favorite titles,” the report said. Meanwhile, the company was reported to have quietly added a “video scrubbing thumbnails” feature to its platform that makes it easier for users to find specific parts of longer videos. (Also Read: This Bank Offers The Best Rates On FD For Women – Check Calculators, Interest Rates And More Details