Reddit Hopes Its First Major Redesign in a Decade Will Attract More Advertisers

It's also cleaning up trolls and fake news

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LISBON, Portugal—Reddit is closing in on its biggest face-lift yet with hopes of increasing both its users and advertisers on the platform as it works to reign in trolls and weed out fake news.

So far, a few thousand Reddit’s users have received access to the site’s first major redesign in more than a decade, but next week that pool will expand to a larger, but still small set of users. During the Web Summit tech conference this week, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman previewed what the final version will look like.



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