Hey, Cedric here, thanks for stopping by! I've been a Redditor for over eight years and throughout this time have amassed a collection of over 900 saved posts and comments. That's a lot of stuff to try and sift through.
Now, I love Reddit. Reddit is so much more than just a social platform—it's a place to connect with like-minded individuals with similar interests, sure, but it's also a deep treasure trove of fascinating content just waiting to be discovered.
When I found out Reddit provides no tools to help manage or organize my saves, I became a little disheartened with the product. Unfortunately, I wasn't the only person who felt this way.
Inspired by what TweetDeck did for Twitter, I set out to create the most accessible and intuitive solution for managing and organizing Reddit saves.
Reddit Saves, Reimagined
Development of Unearth was and always will be driven by the following principles:
You deserve to be able to save more than 1000 things.
You deserve to be able to search your saved content.
You deserve to be able to create tags and organize similar content.
You deserve to be able to bulk delete saves and more easily manage your saved content.
You deserve to be able to sort your saves by subreddit, author, and more to find exactly what you're looking for.
Gone are the days of mindlessly saving things and forgetting to look at it later. Unearth gives you the tools you need to get the most out of Reddit saves.
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