|"Since its creation, Reddit Recap has aimed to give users a unique and entertaining way to look back at all the memorable times they've spent on the platform. This year, Reddit Recap contains a variety of fun and interesting stats that are translated and localized for users' preferred languages, including a summary of time spent on the platform, content users have engaged with, and communities they viewed or joined."|
|"Logged-in redditors can click on the Narwhal icon under their profile in our apps or the navigation bar on desktop to see their unique and personalized experience highlighting their 2022 Reddit journey."|
- Are you team Cat or Dog?
- What was your most upvoted comment?
- Avatar outfit changes throughout the year
- r/place tiles placed
And based on all of this, Reddit will also show you other communities that you may be interested in joining, in order to expand and enhance your experience in the app. Finally, you're then given a Reddit superpower rating, based on your Reddit usage (Rare, Epic, or Legendary), which is then displayed on an image of your most recent Reddit avatar, along with your top three most-visited communities.
You can download your Reddit card to share with others, highlighting your Reddit persona in an interesting and engaging way. The cards actually look pretty cool, and I can imagine that a lot of users will share these off-platform. Much like Reddit's NFT (but not NFT) project, the company has got a good sense of what its community will engage with, which has helped it create more interesting digital collectibles, like this, which work to solidify, and this case, celebrate its community.
In addition to this, Reddit's also shared some key usage insights for the year, including:
- Reddit was home to more than 100,000 active communities around the world
- Redditors created 430+ million posts, a 14% increase YoY
- As of November 20, we've seen 2.5+ billion total comments, a 7% increase YoY, and 24+ billion upvotes
- Reddit also notes that r/amitheasshole was the most-viewed community for 2022, while r/worldnews came in at third on the list. That, in itself, provides a simple illustration of the spectrum of Reddit conversation topics.