The 'In 2022 I Will' TikTok filter is taking over—here's how to get it

Fingers crossed for the 'find true love' selection!

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Out with the old, in with the new! The "In 2022 I Will" filter, TikTok's newest trend, is officially here to monopolize your FYP. 

A mere week ago, we were reliving 2021's best moments thanks to the Year on TikTok. That has since become a distant memory.  

Consider this new filter social media's answer to your 2022 horoscope predictions. With a simple click, one of your go-to apps will tell you what the next 365 days have in store for you. (Hint: it's a goof!) 



What is 'In 2022 I Will' filter, TikTok's new obsession?

With this feature, created by developer Baruch Geuze (opens in new tab), you'll notice a cute, little message bubble pop up on your TikTok video, similar to your phone's text message. It reads, "In 2022, I will," before spinning various selections like a slot machine. You'll wait a few seconds before your message is revealed. 

Options are aplenty: "find true love," "be hungry," "become rich" and "become famous" are among a few of the contenders on the list. Just in case there was any doubt, this is just for kicks and is certainly not the be-all, end-all of your 2022. (If you don't like your outcome, never fear!) 

@rejeanaungon (opens in new tab)

Totoo ba to? Let’s manifest this time. Claim it. ##in2022Iwill ##newyearsprediction ##tiktokeffectsph ##Hello2022 @tiktokeffects_ph

♬ Daylight - 📍Glem🖤 (opens in new tab)

How to get the 'In 2022 I Will' filter on TikTok:

Curious what the social media cosmos have in store for you? Well, it's time to find out if you're destined for fame or going to spend the next trip around the sun partying like a rock star. (Your choice whether or not to manifest your reveals!) 

Venture over to your camera and go to the effects gallery. When you visit the "trending" section, you'll come across "In 2022, I will."

Another way to get in on the first trend of the year is to click the discover icon. Once you do, type in “In 2022, I will” and it will surface automatically on the top row. Easy peasy! 

Celebs get in on the 'In 2022 I will' trend

Now that you and your BFF have given the filter a whirl, are you surprised that actors and musicians are also curious about their outcome?

One of your favorite TikTok wizards/Chris Evans fan, Lizzo, has of course given the "In 2022, I will" filter a try. We love the candid response to her results. 

@lizzo (opens in new tab)

IMA START MY SIDE HUSTLE AND GET RICH BITCH

♬ original sound - lizzo (opens in new tab)

Sure hope Lili Reinhart has worked up an appetite—apparently she'll have food on the brain in 2022.

@lilireinhart (opens in new tab)

Sounds about right 🥔🍔🌭🍳

♬ original sound - Lili Reinhart (opens in new tab)

Noah Beck and Charli D'Amelio are headed for stardom...which isn't entirely accurate, given their rise to fame on social media. Looks like they'll be in store for even more likes and followers this year.

@noahbeck (opens in new tab)

predictions ft. dan fam @dameliofamilyofficial

♬ Black Ball - YoungBoy Never Broke Again & Birdman (opens in new tab)

Why not give the filter a go? You must be curious what fate has up its sleeve, right? We're all for fun predictions.

For more guidance, be sure to explore our money horoscope 2022 and love horoscope 2022. Our resident astrologer, Athena Antares, explores how each zodiac sign will fair throughout the year, and you'd be remiss to miss out on her cosmic guidance!

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos and honed in on astrology coverage within the Life vertical. She's partial to writing pieces about the next big TV obsession—anyone else impatiently waiting for "Conversations with Friends"—and keeping you up to date on new trends like the latest must-have from Zara. 


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York K