Affiliate Disclosure: By buying the products we recommend, you help keep the site alive. Read more.
Reddit is addictive — so much so that many people can’t even go 24 hours without it. That kind of addiction is bad news when you work in an office environment. It’s just too tempting and too easy to Reddit while you work.
So if you want to make it less obvious that you’re wasting so much of your employer’s time, you should think about using MSOutlookit:
This site replicates the content of Reddit but wraps it up in the aesthetics of Outlook 2007. Each email displays the username, title, and score of each post. You can switch subreddits by changing the email category, but the selection is a bit limited.
For those who work in a programming environment, it might make more sense to use CodeReddit [No Longer Available] instead:
This site takes Reddit’s content and displays it as programming functions. All of the relevant information is there (usernames, titles, scores) and comments can be loaded dynamically. It has a bit of a learning curve, but once you get used to it, it’s actually not that bad.
If you want to keep your job, we recommend that you don’t slack off at work. But if you absolutely can’t fight the addiction, then hopefully these websites help you fly under the radar. You’re welcome.
Pro Tip: While you’re at it, you might as well learn how to use Reddit like a pro.
Do you Reddit at work? How do you escape being caught? Share with us in the comments below!
Image Credit: Reddit Snapshot by GongTo via Shutterstock