Whisk TikTok Jump Now Available to More Creators

Update: The TikTok Jump program has been discontinued from December 1st, 2022. Unfortunately, this means that the Whisk Jump on TikTok is no longer be available. However, all recipes continue to be available on app.samsungfood.com and our mobile apps.

For creators and brands, we recommend linking from your TikTok profile link to your recipes on Whisk instead – to find out more, please see this article.

Today, we’re thrilled to announce that the Whisk Jump on TikTok is now available to all creators in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

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Back in June, Whisk Jumps on TikTok were released as part of a limited beta with the jump only available to a few thousand creators. With this wider release, we’re excited that more food creators and bloggers on TikTok will be able to access and use the Jump for their TikTok videos. 

What is the Whisk Jump?

The Whisk Jump gives TikTok creators the ability to link to their recipe content via the Whisk platform. When creators add Whisk Jumps to their TikTok videos, viewers can tap the link to access recipe details including ingredient lists, instructions steps, and nutritional information. They can even save recipes to their Whisk account so they can meal plan, shop, and share recipes with the broader Whisk community.

With Whisk Jumps, food creators and bloggers can leverage new ways to grow and engage with their audience, while making it easier for their viewers to access recipe details—a highly-requested feature that TikTok viewers continue to ask for every day. And if you’re a food blogger, this means viewers will be able to visit the recipe on your website via the Whisk platform.

How to link to recipes on TikTok

How to link to recipes on TikTokHow to link to recipes on TikTok

If you haven’t already, be sure to create a Whisk account so you can easily modify any recipe you save and share it with your followers on TikTok. You’ll also get notified when someone saves or reviews your recipes within Whisk! 

If you’re a creator, you can learn more about Whisk by checking out our Recipe Creator’s Guide to Whisk or emailing us at [email protected].

Be sure to use the hashtag #whiskapp when sharing your recipe videos so we can check them out!