Reddit Updates Its Community Drawer

A new Recently Visited section will display the last three subreddits a user has visited

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Reddit detailed some updates to the Community Drawer that Redditors can use to organize communities that they belong to within its application.

The platform said in a blog post that it returned the Create a Community button to the profile menu and moved it to the top of the community list within Community Drawer.

A new Recently Visited section will display the last three subreddits a user has visited, and users can click see all to view all of their recently visited subreddits. This section will not appear for Redditors on iOS who disabled Recent Communities in their settings.

The Favorites section was revamped to better display communities that Redditors have favorited, and they can do so for communities they moderate, custom feeds and users they follow.

Finally, Reddit said it fixed some loading issues for Redditors with high amounts of subscriptions.

The platform said in a blog post, “To give you a sneak peek of the work ahead, we’re in the very early stages of working on the below feature improvements: the ability to search your subscriptions in the community drawer; quick scroll via alphabetical navigation; and better accessibility of custom feeds.”