Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Saidit's sub 'subscribe' system is an opt-out system […] This means that when your account is created, you're automatically subscribed to all subs

So what happens when theres 10,000s of subreddits, and I make a new account? Will I be subscribed to all those? Or is it just for the time being due to low traffic on anything?

When will 2FA be implemented? It would be great if it was phone-free too (i.e. QR code, or code).

Do you have a roadmap of new features that will be coming?

Thanks!

Quick edit: coming back to my first question, it may not be a good idea whatsoever to do the "sub to all" thing. There's already a few weird subreddits that people may not want to see. I understand the audience Saidit is appealing too, but still, some people may not want to see that stuff (i.e. Pizzagate)

There seems to be no way to unsubscribe from a subreddit? Also, is that what they're called: subreddits?

Reddit pulls a YouTube - /r/911truth quarantined as misinformation, government info added by d3rr in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Reddit's forced sidebar content on the sub

… And they have also removed the subscriber and "now active" numbers from the sidebar too. So fucking stupid.

What's the worst-designed software you've had the displeasure of using? by pitterpatterwater in AskSaidIt

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Reddit's redesign

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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I'm not sure if I'm technically getting it correct. Authy, Google Authenticator, 1Password all have inbuilt One Time Password managers.

The QR code is the same as a regular code. You can scan a code, or, alternatively, type a code that the website provides. The code and QR are the same input (same pass phrase) and output (same OTP/2FA)

Almost every 2FA website (Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Amazon, Cryptocurrency sites, Discord, Dropbox, Google, Microsoft, WordPress) uses this method over SMS verification.

Here's a YouTube video. I just searched "one time password" and this was the first video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnTd2t4LWIE

U.S. Spent $5.6 Trillion on Wars Since 9/11, More Than Three Times What Pentagon Estimates by noah in WorldNews

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Other sources (since it's hard to find exact details):