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TikTok has launched a new dashboard where creators will be able to manage all aspects of their TikTok presence, including video uploads, editing, performance analytics, and more.

Called TikTok Studio, the new platform is an updated version of its Creator Center platform, which enables creators to manage their TikTok presence on desktop.

As you can see in these example screens, the new Studio app includes all of the key TikTok creation and management tools, providing streamlined access to TikTok’s various functions in one place.

As explained by TikTok:

Whether you’re a seasoned creator, a newbie debuting your first video, or a small business balancing content creation while managing a business, TikTok Studio provides free, easy-to-use creation tools and centralized operational capabilities designed to efficiently streamline content workflow. Using their TikTok account to log in or sign up, creators can upload, film, edit, and post to TikTok directly from TikTok Studio and use tools like auto caption, photo editor, and autocut to polish their content with professional finesse.

TikTok Studio

To be clear, all of the tools available in the new platform have been around for a while, they’re now just easier to get to in one place. TikTok also recently launched its new Symphony platform, which amalgamates all of its various AI ad tools into one hub, with integration seemingly being a focus of TikTok’s latest product efforts.  

TikTok Studio also puts more emphasis on its monetization tools, making it easier for creators to manage all aspects.

“With a variety of monetization programs available on TikTok, TikTok Studio consolidates new growth opportunities, identifying and making tailored recommendations for programs to join and providing personalized trending videos and creators to source inspiration. Creators have direct access to the Creator Academy, enabling them to conveniently refer back to educational resources at any point of their creation process.

So, essentially, the tools themselves are nothing new, but they’ll now be easier to find in one place.

Which is valuable in itself, and it will be helpful to have access to all of TikTok’s creative and ad creation tools in consolidated systems, as opposed to having to be aware of where to look for each element.

TikTok Studio is currently only available as a web app, but TikTok says that it is also testing a standalone app experience as well.

You can check out TikTok Studio here.



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