Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Reddit’s new geotagging feature could change the platform for the better

As with other global social platforms like Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter, Reddit has just added support for geotagging posts, so you can let people know where you took that photo of a double rainbow. The feature was built in partnership with Foursquare, and it’s opt-in only, which means you won’t be forced to add a location tag to your post if you don’t want to. It’s an interesting move for the Conde Nast-owned company, as a majority of its users enjoy interacting with the various communities on Reddit with a certain degree of anonymity and privacy not seen on other…

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