Go to the TikTok app on your phone.
1. Tap “Profile” in the bottom right of the app.
2. Then tap the hamburger menu at the top right (the 3 lines on top of each other).
3. Tap ‘Settings & Privacy’.
4. Then tap ‘Manage account’.
5. Tap “Delete Account” at the bottom.
Why are you leaving
After these 5 steps you still have to take a few small steps before your account will be deleted. First of all, TikTok asks why you want to leave the platform. You can skip this question (then tap ‘Skip’ in the top right corner). You can also choose one of the options.
For every reason, TikTok very cleverly gives you some options to prevent you from really leaving. For example, if you choose ‘Privacy Concerns’, TikTok will offer you options to adjust your privacy settings. And at ‘I spend too much time on TikTok’ you get the options to set a limit for your viewing time.
If you’re sure you want to Quality Directors Email Lists leave, youfer and tap Continue.
If you decide to cancel your account, TikTok still recommends downloading your data (such as your posted videos). You can no longer download them once your account has been deleted. So think carefully about whether you want to make a backup before you click further!
After choosing whether or not to request a download, please confirm that you have verified the data request and that you wish to proceed with the deletion of your account.
You have the following formats for downloading your data:
If you have requested the download, it may take a few days before you can download it. To be on the safe side, you can also wait for that data before you actually delete your account.
Your account will be deactivated for 30 days first
When you have gone through these steps, you will be asked as a final question whether you really have this account – are you sure?! – want to delete. Your account will