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Best platform for public discussion, discourse, and accurate real time on-site accounts in some cases. Almost any interest, hobby, comedy genre, meme, gif, video, etc have entire subreddits, while also covering serious topics like world news. I feel Reddit is a bastion of free speech. No public interface, where all sides can anonymously voice their opinions can operate without the inevitably of some heinous, ignorant, and non-productive comments that should be removed in extreme cases, but free speech is vital in order to live in a free society, however I feel Reddit does a great job of walking that very difficult fine PC line. So I applaud you Reddit and all the awesome Redditors that really make it is what it is. On a final but important side note, Reddit could and has been a vital tool for getting out info in emergency situations such as the flood in Houston recently. I always see great resources to contact and real-time updates. It literally saved lives. Long time lurker, but needed to commend the Reddit team and community. Edit: Grammar
Like the title says, upvotes and karma and coin rewards only make the problem way worse. People are always trying to prove themselves to strangers for that karma that ANYTHING you say gets turned into an argument. And I mean ANYTHING. It gets exhausting and it stops me and everyone I know that uses the platform from engaging in any way other than up and down voting. Commenting and participating just isn’t worth it. 3 stars because the platform is obviously designed that way on purpose even though most people don’t like participating because of it. I guess they think it raises engagement but I’m sure if the many people who avoid commenting because they don’t feel like arguing would add a lot more engagement. I know I’d participate a lot more often if I didn’t have to worry about having to reply to some A hole with an opinion on a comment I made a week ago. Maybe make upvoting and downvoting a post thing and take the number away from comments like some subs do. Maybe people would be less inclined to circle jerk if there wasn’t a “point” system and more people would join the platform and stop thinking everyone who used reddit is a weeb with no social life that likes to argue with strangers.
Many people look at me like I’m a nerd or dweeb when I say something about Reddit, but that’s just because they’ve never used it. Reddit possesses its own culture, comment memes, and sense of humor and it is just delightful. It’s where you can have a simple epiphany that gains you underserved adoration from thousands of random Redditors, and where you might just have the cofounder ask you if you’re his brother (both of which have happened to me, thank you Mr. O’Hanion). Reddit creates a feed based on your interests. There are thousands of subs dedicated to very specific things, many of which you didn’t even realize you were interested in. It’s not like FB or IG where you scroll and hope to find something interesting or relevant to you. On Reddit, the feed is made up of things you subbed to, and after you create a feed, you get to get your hands dirty in the comments... just do it, you won’t regret it.
The popular section is kind of broken. The vast majority of posts on there come from r/soccer, r/liverpoolfc, etc. Soccer subreddits. I don’t watch soccer, I don’t care about soccer. So how come a post from r/soccer with 200 upvotes is on the front page ahead of more interesting posts with 10,000 upvotes? My theory is that they’re trying to “personalize” the popular tab. But first: it’s not working, because I’ve never been to r/soccer, I’ve never posted, commented, or upvotes a single thing on that sub. So if it were trying to personalize, it’s doing a bad job. Second: why would the popular tab be personalized? That’s what the regular home tab is for, because it only shows posts from subs you’re subscribed to. The popular tab is just for the most popular stuff on Reddit, regardless of whether or not you’re subscribed there. Basically, this is either feature that isn’t working, or it’s a bug. If it’s a feature that isn’t working properly, let me opt out, because even if it worked properly I don’t want any part of it. And if it’s a bug, please fix it.
This is a great app for things such as news articles, petitions, horrible facebook memes, interesting pictures or videos, or even some regular memes for a good laugh. However, Reddit doesn’t do a very good job of filtering through every post or comment to see if it is appropriate and follows the community’s guidelines. I had made a comment to a post on r/memes, saying “ah yes, those dang cows, always there when you least expect it.” About 3 seconds after I had posted the comment, I got a notification that read “Your comment has been removed as your account does not meet our posting requirements. You can visit....” I was very confused because I thought that the comment was appropriate for said community and did not break any of their rules. Other than that, it is very easy to use and a great way to un-bore you anywhere you are, whether it’s the doctor’s office, waiting for the bus to arrive, in the car, in your room, etc. Please download this app.
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Reddit is ranking in News & Social Networking
Last update was at Jan 21, 2020and the current version is 2020.1.0.
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Reddit have a 1 004 429a user reviews.
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