Another matter with megathreads that rely on images

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I honestly think that most of the principles are fine, but have a few suggestions. Allow me to start this off by saying my reddit accounts may not have been established quite a while before, but lurked this sub without Animal Crossing Items an account since like october. I think that reposts are kind of a Issue here, but I know on some subreddits like repostsleuthbot automatically checks ifI think that you guys should follow different subreddits' illustrations and do daily/weekly sticky posts on particular subjects. For example the WoW subreddit does a monday ribbon for match questions, a brag thread, etc. even the unresolved mysteries subreddit does so with a meta monday and stuff.

So that you guys could perform a memorial thread one afternoon per week, a fashionista thread another day per week, a'look what I got' afternoon, and an edited screenshot day. Usually bots/auto-moderators can be set up to do this if a mod doesn't wish to do it themselves.

This way the most controversial posts: memorials, generic costume spam,'check this out villager/item I got', and edited screenshots are all relegated to their own area where individuals who want to view them may, while the main subreddit focuses on other things. Keeping the threads on a cycle and removing/posting/stickying new ones can be sure they stay clean and individuals continue to make use of them.

If folks are time-traveling to an event that has not released then yes there needs to be spoiler tags. The best instance of this was that the Halloween update when people kept posting screenshots of their carriage they time traveled to get. Like I'm alright with seeing someone post bunny day screenshots right now, because that event already released last year so we already know what the items are. But if they add, IDK, an arbor day event with new things that folks TT to, I would prefer if they spoiler indicate their posts so I can choose whether I want to view the content or not.

It really comes down to choice. Some people do want to see spoilersothers do not. Provided that people can choose whether they want to see it, I do not think there will be any problems.

Thanks for the comments. The main thing with megathreads is we have already got two running at a time (two stickies is the limit on Reddit): Straightforward questions and codes. These are just two things that attract a lot of clutter, and there's a maximum of two slots that are tacky. During the time something else is accepting that slot, the code or questions thread for example, wouldn't be observable and it'd get very little usage.

A directory thread could operate, but frankly, in my view having a huge list of megathreads is a bit messy/unintuitive.

Another matter with megathreads that rely on images, there's no way to view images at this moment, so the consumer would have to upload the pictures off themselves and place it. Which can be a huge hassle.

Can codes and questions be united? Folks already place their codes from the questions thread despite the rules anyhow. Or create the codes thread its own daily/weekly scheduled post together with the other ones and Nook Miles Ticket keep the questions ribbon. I think those threads are nice and all, although the fact that they take precedence over important news or events is bizarre.

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