Reddit overhauls its front page for new users and lurkers

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Reddit — the self-described “front page of the internet” — has changed its front page. Rather than the top stories from 50 curated subreddits, visitors to the site will now see popular stories from across the site, on a new homepage the company has appropriately named r/popular.

Unlike before, these highlighted stories can come from almost any subreddit, with a few restrictions. There’s no content from 18-rated or NSFW communities, for one, and subreddits that have actively opted out of appearing on the r/all page won’t have their stories popping up. The new homepage also won’t feature content from boards that are consistently filtered out by users. In the company’s announcement post, Reddit admin simbawulf didn’t specify exactly which…

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