TikTok- a Chinese video-sharing social networking app owned by ByteDance, has reportedly rolled out a new feature dubbed â€˜Year on TikTokâ€™ which allows users to view the top videos, tracks, and effects they engaged in within the app throughout the year. In addition to the above, this â€˜first-time-everâ€™ personalized feature will also help identify the userâ€™s favorite â€œvibesâ€- which includes the most liked videos, like cooking, animals, DIYs, travel, fashion, or any of the numerous communities that are available on the platform. Notably, the mobile application available on both iOS and Android operating systems, includes TikTok highlights to scroll through, comprising of top creators, viral videos, top memes, impactful creators, top songs, top celebs, and other year-end trends. Seemingly, this app is an effective way to showcase oneâ€™s in-app experiences along with outlining the role TikTok has played in the userâ€™s life throughout the year. However, TikTok will not be able to generate clips for those who havenâ€™t been active, so not everyone will be able to take part. The company also released an overall â€˜trends list for 2020â€™ earlier in December. To access the â€˜Year on TikTokâ€™ feature, TikTok users can simply tap the icon on their â€˜For Youâ€™ feed or scroll to the banner placed at the top of the applicationâ€™s Discovery page. Additionally, when users share their Year on TikTok video on the platform, they can unlock a special â€œ2020â€ badge that may be added to their profile photo. A feature similar to that offered by Facebookâ€™s regular â€˜Memoriesâ€™, that helps increase oneâ€™s connection with the social media platform. This option builds nostalgia and also reminds the user that Facebook was a part of their memory, which makes the person feel positive about the role the application plays in their day-to-day communications.