Reddit is making an attempt to calm moderator fears about guidelines that may let customers push them out.
Moderators have been on edge after CEO Steve Huffman indicated the corporate would possibly take into account guidelines that may let customers vote out moderators, however primarily based on a message seen by The Verge, a Reddit admin (worker) says that no such device exists and that isn’t on the corporate’s roadmap.
Within the message, the admin factors out that solely different Reddit admins can take away a high moderator from a group, however the firm’s aim is to “empower communities to navigate these sorts of modifications with extra autonomy.” The admin says that to take action, it is going to “be arising with options collaboratively with the moderator group.”
Reddit has already run one experiment to let customers give suggestions to mods, in line with the admin.
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