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We all know how addictive Reddit can be The Awesome Guide To Reddit The Awesome Guide To Reddit Wonder how your friends always find cool stuff on the Internet before you? They're probably using Reddit, the self-proclaimed "front page of the Internet". Read More , right? Once you get sucked in, you can’t help but feel compelled to check the site over and over for new updates — and before you know it, you’re now wasting hours and hours on Reddit Distracted By Time-Wasting Websites? LeechBlock For Firefox Will Take Care of That Distracted By Time-Wasting Websites? LeechBlock For Firefox Will Take Care of That Read More every single day and you’ve lost all sense of productivity.

Not good. Not good at all.

But there’s one trick you can use: turn Reddit into RSS feeds. Instead of visiting Reddit to catch up on new threads, you can have those updates sent to you What Is RSS and How Can It Improve Your Life? What Is RSS and How Can It Improve Your Life? Read More instead. All you need is an RSS reader like The Old Reader The Old Reader: A Convenient RSS Reader Like The Old Google Reader The Old Reader: A Convenient RSS Reader Like The Old Google Reader Read More , AOL Reader AOL Reader: Feedly Competitor Or A Google Reader Alternative Runner Up? AOL Reader: Feedly Competitor Or A Google Reader Alternative Runner Up? Like a phoenix, Google Reader’s death led to its resurrection. After its death, half-a-dozen alternatives arose from Google Reader's ashes – some of which barely work. Others, however, eclipse even Google Reader’s functionality. One such... Read More , or Inoreader Inoreader: The Fast & Functional RSS Reader We Should Be Talking About Inoreader: The Fast & Functional RSS Reader We Should Be Talking About Google Reader is ash. Feedly has gone to town as a worthy replacement. But if you are still not in the place where you want to be with a feedreader, give Inoreader a second glance. Read More .

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All you have to do is add “.rss” to the end of any Reddit URL. For example, if you turn reddit.com into reddit.com/.rss, you’ll end up with an RSS feed of all new updates on the Reddit front page.

In addition, this trick also works for:

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  • Individual subreddits
  • Individual threads/posts
  • Individual user pages
  • Multireddit indexes
  • Submissions from a specific domain

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How will this feature change the way you use Reddit? Or is it a dumb gimmick that you’ll never use? Let us know what you think in the comments!

  1. Asgaro
    April 21, 2016 at 5:13 pm

    Sadly, this doesn't work for the Top pages within a subreddit. I don't need to see every single post in a subreddit, but just the really popular ones...

    Anyone have a solution for that? Be it via RSS or otherwise.

    • Joel Lee
      April 23, 2016 at 10:45 pm

      Ah, sorry Asgaro, you're right. I don't know of a solution for that right now. :(

  2. Luke
    April 21, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    Oh, by the way, you might mention feedly as a RSS reader too :)

    • Joel Lee
      April 23, 2016 at 10:45 pm

      Thanks Luke! Feedly is certainly a popular RSS reader used by many. :D

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