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  • Hibou (edited 3 years ago)
    +15

    Snapzu has a lovely community - small though it may be. In a sense I'm glad, because I get to be a part of its growth at an earlier stage and perhaps become a bit more active around here than I ever was upon Reddit. A downside (which is merely an aesthetic thing, really) is I can't just hover over a thumbnail or link to see an image with Imagus* - Reddit has indeed made me lazy, what with my RES, nightmode, and hover-zooming.

    Another fine point about Snapzu is the website interface, which is easy to understand and also a bit more engaging. Skinnyboy makes a great point about censorship, but we'll see how that turns out in time! I also concur wholeheartedly with their point on profiles, as I somewhat forgot how nice it is to set up a profile image and what not.

    Edit: Forgot I use Imagus instead of HoverZoom now because Hoverzoom is ridden with all sorts of nasty stuff!

    • skinnyboy
      +5

      Yeah, I completely agree about the annoyances with the lack of RES features but thinking about it now those should have probably been implemented into reddit itself! Also with how active these developers are we may be able to get those changes implemented into the actual website. I agree completely with your point of watching the site grow, that's something I missed out on, on reddit.