Posted September 28, 2018 12:00:18If you have trouble finding the right subreddit to post a link to, there’s a way to find it using a trick.
A Reddit user recently discovered a trick that allows users to easily find specific subreddits using a simple search.
The trick involves using a combination of search terms and Reddit’s “hitch” feature, which allows users access to subreddits with a specified search term attached.
The user, who goes by the name of ryan_m_a_l, wrote on Reddit that he had previously searched for “subreddit for a friend” and “subreddits to hangout with” and found them.
He then used a combination “a few clicks of the mouse” to click the “hitching” link, which led to his Reddit discovery.
The Reddit user wrote that he was able to post several links in a short time, using the code below.
It’s a great way to discover new subreddits without wasting time and searching for them, but there’s one caveat: you’ll need to use Reddit’s subreddit indexer tool, which is currently unavailable.
Reddit currently uses the indexer to track the number of “subs” on Reddit.
Users can use the index to filter out certain subreddits and add other subreddits.
However, the index has an annoying limitation: the more popular a subreddit is on Reddit, the more likely it is to show up in the index.
To circumvent this, Reddit users have to create a subreddit index.
This Reddit user used a subreddit that was already on the index, but instead of using the search keyword “sub” he used “reddit”.
When the user entered his search phrase in the search box, Reddit displayed a menu with options to “subscribe”, “list subreddits”, and “add subreddit”.
However, Reddit also had the option to “edit” the subreddit and allow users to add new subreddits.
As a result, ryan wrote on his Reddit post that he now had a subreddit named “Subreddit for friends”, which he’d been able to find on the site by using a search query.
Reddit users can search for a subreddit and “hike up” to a specific subreddit using a similar combination of a search term and the Reddit indexer.