If you accidentally click Not Interested on a TikTok post, undoing that process can be difficult. There is no immediate button that unchecks “Not Interested” for you, so you have to instead like or favorite the video. Unfortunately, that also means that you have to find the video so that you can interact with it again.
Using the built-in features of TikTok, you cannot reliably tell when someone is actively using the app. There is no status indicator or other feature that informs you of what other users are currently doing. There are ways to infer when someone is online, and there are workarounds that might prove enlightening.
The answer is that it really depends on the ad and the product or service being promoted. There are plenty of legitimate ads on TikTok, and buying from them is perfectly safe and an easy way to get things that you want. There are also a lot of scams on TikTok, so it’s important to be able to recognize scams.
You can back up a TikTok draft to the camera roll or gallery of your phone by using the private publishing feature within the app. To back up the draft to the cloud or a different device, you have to first move it to your camera app and then back it up from there. TikTok doesn’t back up drafts on their servers.