Reddit recently introduced some changes to its interface when you’re logged out on mobile web and desktop, and now it’s starting to let a “small number” of users use it when logged in, according to a post detailing some Reddit feature updates on Monday. Reddit is also letting non-mods apply to try the updated experience.
For what it’s worth, I actually like the updated UI quite a bit.
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