Seriously I don't understand how to add multiple tags to something. I see other posts have them but I can only add one to mine. #yolo #swag #howdotagswork
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I have no idea what's going on here.
I remember back on Reddit before the Digg migration everyone was saying that Reddit needed an obscure and hard to use UI to keep the idiots out.
There are apparently "two tags" available. One is the single one you give to your post when you create it. The second one is one that's given by "the community" (which I think only includes people who have already completed a wheel?)
I see. How does one go about completing this wheel?
Write comments/make posts that get commented on/shared/dotted
Will trade dots for dots.
tanks 2 u i gt da mst dots in hbs ^________^
One cannot simply ignore.