r/ModSupport

9,481 subscribers
created in 2015


r/modnews
153k subscribers
ModSupport 8.43%
2.26% modnews
r/modhelp
16k subscribers

Have questions about moderating your subreddit? We might be able to help! Want to brainstorm new moderation features with the admins? That's on-topic, too

https://reddit.com/r/modhelp
ModSupport 5.93%
2.65% modhelp
r/AutoModerator
3k subscribers

Important announcements and helpful tips regarding the reddit bot AutoModerator by /u/Deimorz

https://reddit.com/r/AutoModerator
ModSupport 3.51%
4.2% AutoModerator
r/spam
0 subscribers
ModSupport 3.01%
2.47% spam
r/redditrequest
18k subscribers
ModSupport 5.07%
0.73% redditrequest
r/csshelp
11k subscribers
ModSupport 3.09%
1.32% csshelp
r/changelog
16k subscribers

Information on minor updates and bug fixes applied to reddit.

https://reddit.com/r/changelog
ModSupport 2.59%
1.42% changelog
r/redesign
8k subscribers

Find information on the Redesign and submit feedback and bug reports.

https://reddit.com/r/redesign
ModSupport 2.51%
1.5% redesign
r/beta
362k subscribers

A community of beta testers for reddit.com

https://reddit.com/r/beta
ModSupport 3.15%
0.62% beta
r/ideasfortheadmins
9k subscribers

This subreddit is for reddit-wide ideas for improvement.

https://reddit.com/r/ideasfortheadmins
ModSupport 2.45%
0.82% ideasfortheadmins
r/bugs
3k subscribers

Have you found a bug with specifically reddit itself? We only handle reddit specific issues here.

https://reddit.com/r/bugs
ModSupport 2.21%
0.94% bugs
r/needamod
11k subscribers

Need someone to spruce up your sub? Someone to handle all that spam? Someone to edit wiki articles? Then you need a mod! Come request one here!

Can you do CSS? Enforce rules? Help communities? Then you should be a mod! Come advertise here!

https://reddit.com/r/needamod
ModSupport 2.43%
0.74% needamod
r/modclub
4k subscribers

A subreddit for moderators to discuss moderation things

https://reddit.com/r/modclub
ModSupport 1.77%
2.68% modclub
r/toolbox
3k subscribers

toolbox for reddit

Reddit's moderator tools are very spartan and sometimes cumbersome to use (Although recently progress has been made for the better). Toolbox is a browser extension that adds a ton of much needed features and functionality to reddit for moderators. Over the past three years of toolbox development 8,000 mods have installed it and use it in their daily modding activities.

https://reddit.com/r/toolbox
ModSupport 1.23%
5.31% toolbox
r/redditdev
14k subscribers

A subreddit for discussion of reddit API clients.

https://reddit.com/r/redditdev
ModSupport 1.39%
1.02% redditdev
r/help
37k subscribers

A subreddit to ask questions (and get answers) about reddit

https://reddit.com/r/help
ModSupport 2.91%
0.32% help
r/trendingsubreddits
33k subscribers

Subreddits of interest delivered daily.

https://reddit.com/r/trendingsubreddits
ModSupport 1.95%
0.42% trendingsubreddits
r/subredditcancer
26k subscribers

Behavior counter to reddit's originally expressed ideals

"We want to democratize the traditional model by giving editorial control to the people who use the site, not those who run it."

"A bastion of free speech on the World Wide Web ... the digital form of political pamplets."

"today's headlines -- chosen by readers, not editors"

https://reddit.com/r/subredditcancer
ModSupport 1.75%
0.46% subredditcancer
r/Drama
66k subscribers

one of the most malevolent, cruel, coldhearted online communities you'll ever find. you think [slur]town was bad? That subreddit, if you pick up on the dog-whistles (and many don't even bother with that-- say want you want about Stormfront, at least it bans "n[slur]"), will reveal itself to you as Reddit's number one hub for the web's most hardened Nazis, Klansmen, Fascists, and Gamergaters.

https://reddit.com/r/Drama
ModSupport 2.67%
0.24% Drama
r/TheoryOfReddit
87k subscribers

Theory of Reddit is a mildly navel-gazing space for inquiring into what makes Reddit communities work and what we in a community can do to help make it better.

This subreddit should focus on data, issues, solutions, or strategies that could be reasonably addressed or implemented by users and moderators, not admins.

https://reddit.com/r/TheoryOfReddit
ModSupport 1.81%
0.31% TheoryOfReddit