There is a really simple way of getting old Reddit back – just click this link (it'll take you to a site called old.reddit.com – essentially, it's the old version of Reddit before the UX change. Once you've opened the link, you'll be confronted by old Reddit in all its glory. via
- 1 Will old Reddit always be available?
- 2 How do I switch back to the old Reddit?
- 3 Is Reddit a bad app?
- 4 How do I permanently make Reddit old?
- 5 Is new or old Reddit better?
- 6 How do I use old Reddit on mobile? (video)
- 7 How do you unblock a school on Reddit?
- 8 How do I use old Reddit without an account?
- 9 How do I turn off redesign on Reddit?
- 10 Is Reddit ok for 11 year olds?
- 11 Why is Reddit trying to force me to use the app?
- 12 Is Reddit anonymous browsing safe?
Will old Reddit always be available?
Old Reddit Redirect will ensure that you always load the old (old.reddit.com) design instead. You can still access new reddit, if you need, by explicitly loading new.reddit.com. Old Reddit Redirect is free and open source. The code is available at github.com/tom-james-watson/old-reddit-redirect. via
How do I switch back to the old Reddit?
Is Reddit a bad app?
definitely not for kids,” adding: “The drawback on Reddit is the same as it is for the entire Internet — there's just no telling what people will put out there. Links, comments, and entire subreddits may expose kids to biased, offensive, or sexual content. Reddit's best audience is a grown-up one.” via
How do I permanently make Reddit old?
Go to "Preferences" in the top right and look for "Beta Options" near the bottom. Uncheck "Use the redesign as my default experience" and make sure "View user profiles on desktop using legacy mode" is checked. via
Is new or old Reddit better?
The old version looks much better and especially subs designs are so much more individual. (not trying to shame users who prefer the new design, just stating my aesthetic preferences). It's easier to use too. via
How do I use old Reddit on mobile? (video)
How do you unblock a school on Reddit?
How do I use old Reddit without an account?
To access the "old" Reddit just replace the "WWW" of the address with the old domain of the platform. Then paste in your browser> https://www.reddit.com/r/windows10/ by https://old.reddit.com/r/windows10 <. You can be able to access it by anyone on the computer. via
How do I turn off redesign on Reddit?
You should have an option to opt-out in the drop-down in the top right. If that does not work, go to your reddit preferences and click "Opt out of the redesign" here's a link to that setting on the old preferences page. You can also temporarily force the old site by going to https://old.reddit.com. via
Is Reddit ok for 11 year olds?
There are no parental control or safety features available on Reddit. The platform is rated 13+ but they don't have any age-verification tools in place. via
Why is Reddit trying to force me to use the app?
They want to force everyone onto the app because it's easier for them to advertise on. And easier to monitor and track all aspects of a person privacy such as precise location, altitude, Wifi ID, device type and characteristics, screen size, and so on. Also people are easier to track if they use the app. via
Is Reddit anonymous browsing safe?
Anonymous Browsing is a way you can control your privacy on Reddit. While you're Anonymous Browsing, Reddit won't: Save your browsing or search history to your Reddit account. Use your Reddit activity to personalize your recommendations. via