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Browse All Your Subreddits In Separate Columns At Once

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This article covers a simple way to browse all your subreddits in separate columns at once.

Subsrv is a free online tool which shows you the top posts from multiple subreddits at once. Instead of mixing posts from different subreddits together, it shows each subreddit separately in a different column. You can add as many subreddits as you want and arrange them in any desired order. It opens the media right on the page, and links and comment in a new tab.

Subsrv doesn’t have account support but it generates a unique permanent URL (subpack) for your subreddit collection. You can bookmark that URL and access all your subreddits anytime from anywhere. You can also add your subreddits all together in a subpack by following a simple 3-step guide by Subsrv.

Browse All Your Subreddits In Separate Columns At Once

Subsrv is a free website that lets you browse multiple subreddits at once. Unlike Reddit, it keeps each subreddit separate and doesn’t show any bloat. In the posts, it shows you the post title along with its thumbnail (if any) and a comments icon. When you hover your mouse cursor over a post, a tiny popup shows you the total number of upvote it got along with the username who posted it. To add a subreddit, simply type its name in the search bar and press Enter and that subreddit will be added in a new separate column.

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Manage Columns:

When you add multiple subreddits columns, you can arrange them in any desired order. By default, a new column is added in the end. To move it to any other position, just click and hold the re-position and move it anywhere you want. If you want to delete a column, instead of moving it in between other columns simply drop it out of the column area and that column will be removed.

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Media Preview:

Subsrv shows you the thumbnails for the media files from the posts. You can quickly view the media simply by clicking on it. This opens the media (both, images and videos) in a fullscreen popup. You can watch the embeded YouTube videos right from the popup.

The links and the comments are open in a new tab. When you click a post, it takes you to its source link whether that’s on Reddit or somewhere else.

browse subreddits in separate columns

Display Options:

By default, Subsrv shows you 10 posts in each subreddit. But, you can change that to 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 50, or 100 from the “Display options“. From “Display options“, you can also sort the post by various parameters and change the thumbnail size as well. You can sort post by Hot, New, Top-this hour, Top-today, Top-this week, Top-this year, and Top-all time and change media thumbnail size to small, medium, large or disable it altogether.

browse all your subreddits at once

Browse all your subreddits at once here.

Wrap Up:

Subsrv is a simple yet handy tool to browse all your favorite subreddits in one place. It’s not bloated like Reddit homepage and lets you access all your subreddits anonymously. Give it a shot and let us know what you think in the comments.

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