So what does this mean? In the video below, an example of an app’s integration would be Whisk, a recipe-sharing app. So for example if you were filming a cooking TikTok video, you could integrate the recipe from Whisk into your video, making it easier for your followers to see the recipe for themselves.
Some other integrations, at least for now, include Wikipedia, Quizlet, StatMuse, Tabelog, and Breathwrk, and we imagine that there will be more options made available to users in the future. According to TikTok, “Built by third-party providers, Jumps are mini-programs and services that creators can link to within their videos. Users around the world can click these links to explore recipes, take quizzes, discover useful learning tools and much more, creating more dynamic and practical experiences for our community.”
At the moment, the ability to take advantage of this feature will be limited to some creators for now, but everyone else should be able to see it.