A new Reddit survey has found that most Reddit users don’t really know how to lose their Reddit accounts, and the problem is worse than previously thought.
Researchers at the University of Washington and Northwestern University have found that nearly a third of Reddit users have an account in the past year that has had zero use.
That’s a number that doesn’t seem like a lot of people, but the survey says that nearly 1 in 4 users of Reddit have one.
While the survey was not specifically designed to find out how many people actually lose their accounts on Reddit, the numbers it collected are enough to suggest that the problem on Reddit isn’t limited to people who have a few bad habits.
For example, nearly 1 out of 10 Reddit users who said they had an account have had a few accounts in the last year.
In contrast, less than one in 10 users who had an inactive account said they used it for more than five days in the year before the survey.
Reddit’s moderation team, which oversees Reddit’s user communities, has said that there are ways to manage an inactive user’s account, including deleting the accounts, banning the user from the subreddit, or removing them from the comments section.
But those methods can be difficult and time-consuming, and many users don.
The Reddit moderation team says it is working on ways to reduce the number of inactive accounts, but that those methods are not ready yet.
Reddit users who use the site are encouraged to report any issues that appear in their communities, but many of them don’t.
For example, a new survey by Reddit users at the New York Times found that just 1 out the 4,000 Reddit users surveyed said that they’d report a problem to Reddit administrators.
The problem with Reddit’s moderation is that it’s hard to know how many Reddit users actually have an inactive Reddit account.
The study looked at Reddit users with at least 10 active accounts, a threshold that includes users who regularly comment and use a Reddit bot to comment on the site.
The survey also looked at users who are inactive in the three months before the study.
The study found that only one-third of users had an active account in at least the past three months.
In comparison, half of users said they’d reported a problem with their account in three months and just over one in five said they reported a major problem.
The researchers found that about one-fifth of inactive Reddit users had used a bot to add comments to the site in the months before they were asked about their accounts.
That means the problem might be even worse than they thought.
“This study doesn’t tell us how many users have a bot account and are active on the subreddit or how many have accounts,” the researchers wrote.
“But given that we have not identified any significant problems with bot accounts in our sample, we believe that these findings are very concerning.”
Reddit moderators have been pushing back against users who have accounts with bots and have suggested that they should only use bots to post on the Reddit site.
A Reddit moderator wrote a post in January urging users to use bots in order to avoid the problems that they find on the website.
“Bot accounts are for bots, not people,” the Reddit moderator said.
“They should never be used for posting, or even for comments, since they will only make you feel bad.”
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