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Published by on 2022-09-14

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Reported Issues: 6 Comments

By :--,)

You cannot have an opinion and you have to think the same way everyone else does :/!

The issue with this app is you can’t actually have an opinion, and by that I mean valid opinions that are harmless such as which chip flavor is better or little things like that. The downvote feature penalizes you for getting downvoted, such as it’ll hide your comments or not let you post on certain subreddits if you don’t have enough. For example on the hello fresh subreddit, there was a question asking if they think the price is worth it and only people who agreed yes had upvotes and they downvoted anyone who said they personally didn’t feel like it was worth it. You make a thread asking a question and to have people voice their different harmless opinions, yet they got downvoted? This just proves you have to think the same mindset as everyone else, which is just not how the real world works. The downvote feature should be replaced with if a comment gets reported a certain amount of time it’s automatically deleted, since there could be racist comments or creepy ones that need to get deleted which is understandable. Yet it’s tiring to get downvoted for simple things. People will literally go as far as checking your whole post history and page just to add on to a downvote and prove their point, which is super … odd to me. I honestly just don’t like posting at this point, because even for simple questions I get downvoted if people find it too boring, which is dumb.




By Video editor 23

Banned for no reason

This app is so sensitive. I got heavily downvoted then BANNED PERMANENTLY for saying ‘I think you need to read the post again..’ which the person did.. He asked a question that was ANSWERED IN THE POST and was heavily informed about that exact question. And since I got downvoted hard, and I guess some people reported me, I got banned. I tried to make another account but they banned that one too. I’m scared that they banned my IP address because my mom uses this app and I don't want her account to get banned just because mine did.. I looked up this issue and this is a HUGE problem on this app. You literally can’t have your own opinion on this app, or say anything that will POSSIBLY upset people. And if you do, its downvotes, downvotes, downvotes. Then it will be led by subreddit banning or permanent banning. I can understand if someone was being racist, homophobic or just disrespectful. But I see the simplest comments get downvoted. One time, on r/aww it was a video of a woman with her dog at the gym and the dog was being cute or whatever. Some people were wondering why she was allowed to have a dog at the gym so someone answered saying, “She owns the gym, so thats why the dog is there:)” and it had -30 DOWNVOTES??!! WHY?! People on that app are SO sensitive! And they were right!! I looked it up and she did own the gym! And guess what? I tried to click on their account and it was banned. Probably for literally just that one comment. Do better this app.

By TheGlobfather

Mods have too much power

The way this app works essentially is that anyone can claim a subreddit that isn’t already taken and create their own mod team. This means if you don’t want people to talk about baseball cards and you are the first person to get the subreddit r/baseballcards you can essentially shut down any conversation from ever happening about the subject on the platform. Not only that, if they actually want to let people talk about it they can police and ban them w/o giving any reason meaning subreddits often become home to power hungry mods who ban you for disagreeing with them even if not directly. this app has no problem with this because the site is big enough that the people effected don’t make enough noise to cause problems for the rest of the users nor do they have any form of recourse. They can appeal to the mod team of the subreddit but they will more than likely end up talking to the person who banned them. You can appeal directly to the this app mod team but like I said, they won’t care because as a mod you can ban anyone for any reason so they will say they aren’t breaking any rules. And don’t fool yourself if you are thinking this kind of degenerate mod behavior is exclusive to political subs and the like, it is every corner of this app. The mods have too much power so of course it goes to their heads. There needs to be some kind of standard mods are held to, it has completely ruined the website.




By gloria
Sep 01 2022

How do I stop the page from being blurred if I don't use the app?



By Nirta
Aug 02 2022

The algorithm for recommendations is hopelessly broke. Yes, I can turn off recommendations in settings but I guess that's just for show because I still get recommended posts in my feed. Less often? Yes, but they are still noticeably there. I wouldn't mind the recommendations if they were loosely based on geographical location or content relevant to my age group but it's all based on what YouTube channels I watch and my Netflix watch history. Listen, if I wanted to see content based on stuff from YouTube and Netflix, I would be on YouTube or Netflix. Are you mental?

There have been very few times in the last 4 years that reddit has met my expectations and been everything I have come to know and love about it. One of those times was in the last year, when I decided to delete the reddit app and try the reddit is fun (rif) app to see if it was any less frustrating. I don't know if it was coincidence or freak timing or something else I'm unaware of, but after browsing reddit for the first time on the rif app, the stuff I was seeing just hit me right and I was actually brought to tears because of how perfectly curated my feed was. Post after post was genuinely high quality content that made me feel connected and engaged in the best way. It was amaxing, I could hardly believe my eyes. The resulting dopamine rush was damn near euphoric. I was instantly reminded of why I fell in love with the reddit community in the first place so many years ago. And then, all those good feelings turned into questions that flooded my mind like "why can't reddit be like this all the time whenever I need it?" "What went wrong before that made being on reddit so unbearable instead of enjoyable?" and "How can I teach the algorithm that this is all I ever wanted from reddit?" I would buy premium in a heartbeat if it was always that good.

As I continued using rif though, I realized there's nothing unique about the way it shows you content... it's still based on your settings and reddit's algorithm. The content quality and relevance did seem to go back to the unbearable default shortly after that first interaction with the newly downloaded app. It may have been coincidence, i don't know for sure. I strongly doubt that my brain misinterpreted average content as being well above average just because I wanted it to be. The bar is set fairly high for what I deem "quality content". Whatever the reason may be for the diminished relevance, quality, and authenticity of content on reddit nowadays, it has had a direct negative result on meaningful engagement from this reddit user. They don't share my sadness about it though. They have literally replaced quality with quantity. I guess that's enough for most users. Then again, what do most users know about the reddit good ol days?

Anyway, I've reached out about various issues I had with the native reddit app to reddit admin, but the only response I ever got from them was to an issue with my coins and then for my foia request. All the messages I sent regarding my feed, recommendations, all my questions about why I'm seeing content that, according to my chosen settings I should not be seeing, went unanswered. I also brought up a potential bug i encountered where if I'm browsing while not logged in (to evade recommendations) and want to upvote or comment on a post, ofc it's like "you need to login" right? So when I do, the whole damn thing refreshes and the post or comment I was just looking at and trying to reply to is suddenly. POOF gone... no where to be found on any of my feeds. I didn't get a response about that issue either, however I did notice that when I logout to browse now, it doesn't change from what I see when I'm logged in. It's the same, minus a couple of feeds. So, yeah, that's a huge improvement. /s



By Nirta
Aug 02 2022

The algorithm for recommendations is hopelessly broke. Yes, I can turn off recommendations in settings but I guess that's just for show because I still get recommended posts in my feed. Less often? Yes, but they are still noticeably there. I wouldn't mind the recommendations if they were loosely based on geographical location or content relevant to my age group but no, it's all crap based on what YouTube channels I watch and my Netflix watch history. Listen, if I wanted to see content based on stuff from YouTube and Netflix, I would fucking be on YouTube or Netflix. Are you mental?

There have been very few times in the last 4 years that reddit has met my expectations and just been everything I have come to know and love about it. One of those times was in the last year, when I decided to delete the reddit app and try the reddit is fun (rif) app to see if it was any less frustrating. I don't know if it was coincidence or freak timing or something else I'm unaware of, but after browsing reddit for the first time on the rif app, the stuff I was seeing just hit me right and I was actually brought to tears because of how perfectly curated my feed was. Post after post was genuinely high quality content that made me feel connected. I could hardly believe my eyes. The resulting dopamine rush was damn near euphoric. I was instantly reminded of why I fell in love with the reddit community in the first place so many years ago. And then, all those good feelings turned into questions that flooded my mind like "why can't I just have reddit be like this all the time whenever I need it?", "what went wrong before that made being on reddit so unbearable instead of enjoyable?" "How can I teach the algorithm that this, all of this, is all I ever wanted from reddit?" I would buy premium in a heartbeat if it was always that good! As I continued using rif though, I realized there's nothing unique about the way it shows you content... it's still based on your settings and reddit's algorithm. The content quality and relevance did seem to get worse (or go back to the default) shortly after that first interaction with the newly downloaded app. It very well may have been coincidence, i don't know for sure. I strongly doubt that my brain misinterpreted average content as being well above average just because I wanted it to be. The bar is set fairly high for what I deem "quality content". Whatever the reason may be for the diminished relevance, quality, and authenticity of content on reddit, it has had a direct negative result on engagement from this reddit user. I simply don't even bother getting on reddit most days now because I know it won't be what I need and I'll just end up pissed of and feeling like no one cares about what I think. (I've reached out about various issues I had with the native reddit app to reddit admin, but the only response I ever got from them was in response to an issue with my coins and then for my foia request. All the messages I sent regarding my feed, recommendations, all my questions about why I'm seeing content that, according to settings I personally set in the app, I should not be seeing... to those concerns, I've yet to receive a response. I also brought up a potential bug i encountered where if I'm browsing while not logged in (to evade recommendations) and want to upvote or comment on a post, ofc it's like "you need to login" so when I do, the whole damn thing refreshes and the post or comment I was just fucking looking at is gone, and no where to be found on any of my feeds. I didn't get a response about that issue either, however I did notice that when I logout to browse now, it doesn't change from what I see when I'm logged in. It's the same, minus a couple of feeds. So, yeah, that's a huge improvement. Make it worse, that'll teach me. For fucks sake...





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