||There are a variety of reasons: to make better recommendations; to improve popularity algorithms; to know what is actually popular on Reddit.
||I generally don't like to make promises about dates, but I'm feeling pretty confident about this one.
||I know the team loves hearing this as well.
2017 should be a fun year.
||The designs aren't finalized, we're mostly focused on the tech at the moment.
I would like to share an interesting learning.
||We believe you should be free to express all the different facets of yourself on Reddit, and sometimes an alt is the best way to do that.
||We only needed so many communities for testing, but thank you for volunteering.
u/powerlanguage, u/Eabryt just wants to help!
||Interestingly enough, engagement in the native apps is approximately 4x higher than the desktop.
I see this in my own usage as well.
||Last week I had the right combination of incentive and free time to get it done.
||I'd like the new version to feel like a Rolls Royce: it feels classic, but is actually modern.
The current version is more like a Chevy Vega.
||We don't have to lose that feeling to make things better.
Reddit still runs code that I wrote ~~ten~~ twelve years ago when I was 21.
||In that respect, I feel like we've been held hostage from a development point of view .