Tiktok is a fun app for many young people. It has increased in popularity and is a platform that allows users to create short videos to create short videos incorporating music. If you are worried about your child experiencing bullying on tiktok, visit their safety centre first and foremost. If you want to report bullying directly to Tiktok. There are some safety points to consider when this app. Ensure that all privacy and security settings are checked and are private rather then public. When your profile is private, you have the ability to approve or deny any followers from viewing your content. If comments are made on your video, you have the ability to delete it. If someone is making you feel upset or they are being inappropriate, you can block them too. Ensure as a parent that you have access to your child's account so that can monitor if fully. Please remember that app is for those aged 13 and over. If you suspect that someone under this age are using it, you can report this to Tiktok. if you are parent or guardian, you can use family pairing to link your account to your teen's account. Once you turn it on, you will be able to set controls including screen time, restricted mode, search functions, privacy settings, messages, comments and more.