Thredd is so simple. Just use the Internet as you normally would! Thredd finds communities that are also interested in the same content and displays them in a convenient window.
For example, let’s imagine that we were looking for guitar lessons and ended up on YouTube.
Whenever Thredd finds a match for your current page, a red square will appear over the icon in the top-right of your screen. Click it to reveal the results.
The discussions Thredd finds will be displayed in this window. Click any of them to read the responses or check out the forums (names starting with “r/“) for even more content.
Most discussions are posted in a forum (indicated by “r/“). You can read more about the forums by hovering over them. There are over 1 million forums each with their own unique purpose so you’re bound to find something for you!
Read any comments people left behind by clicking the comment icon.
If you want to start your own discussion, click the “Create Post” button. (You may need to log in with a Reddit account)
From here you can come up with a catchy title that’ll get people to engage with your post.
You’ll also need to choose which community your post should appear in. Don’t know where to do that? Just select your Reddit username (mine is u/sirius_li).
If you have an idea of where you’d like to share your post, start typing in the “Search communities” field and Thredd will search for similar forums.
After clicking “Submit,” your post will appear in the home window and is visible to everyone else using Thredd!