In October 2017, Reddit, the largest online community for news, entertainment and culture, announced a “fitness revolution” to improve its health and fitness community.
The plan was to launch an app called Fitocracy, a website where users would be able to track their progress on a variety of activities and see their results, in real-time, and share them with others.
It was a bold move that drew the ire of many users, who accused Reddit of not doing enough to improve health and wellbeing in its community.
But now, Reddit has announced that the site is bringing back the “flexibility” and “flexibility” features from the app.
Users can now upload a video, for example, or a workout to share with others, without having to create an account on the site.
The news comes after Reddit also rolled out its new Health and Fitness community to other sites like YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat.
“We want to bring the flexibility and flexibility that we have to other platforms to a site that is already a great place to be,” said the Reddit CEO Yishan Wong.
“So, we’re launching a new community that has the same features that you’re already getting on other platforms.”
The changes come after Reddit made headlines in 2017 for the fact that it had not yet updated its app to match the latest fitness data from its users.
The company later admitted that it was struggling to update its app because the app needed to be updated for the new devices.
The change, which is set to launch on Friday, is meant to bring Reddit’s community closer to what it claims is the “Health and Fitness Revolution”.
The move comes as other companies are starting to bring their apps to Reddit.
Apple, for instance, recently added a feature that allows users to log into the app from their Apple Watch and check their progress with the fitness tracking function.
The app has also added a “sport” section, so users can see how they are doing in relation to other users.
Reddit has also been working to improve the quality of its content, with the news that it will launch a “citizen science” initiative on the platform in 2017.
This year, Reddit plans to open a new section called “Ask Me Anything”, where users can ask questions to the CEO and other members of the site’s leadership team, as well as other community members, about specific topics.
This will allow Reddit to respond to questions about what it is doing with its community, and help make it easier for people to share their opinions with others on the page.
“This is the kind of community that is at the heart of the community, so we want to be at the top of the food chain,” said Wong.
“If we’re doing it right, we’ll be able grow in that community.”