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A loosely moderated place to ask open ended questions
If your post is
Not regarding lemmy support (c/lemmy_support)
not ad nauseam inducing (please make sure its a question that would be new to most members)
In my case, very rarely.
More and more everyday and would switch to it if I found something like /r/interestingafuck and /r/mapporn
Less and less since I’ve found you can follow a lemmy channel from Mastodon.
I’ll be back when /r/latex isn’t dead.
Not as much so far as I’m still trying to find communities to join but just joined a few today and got my lemmy client on my phone so should be able to use it much more
First time ever!
Every few hours or minutes. Specially during lunch time at work and most of my weekend time.
It’s part of my daily “What’s going on in the world?” list of sites.
I try to use it more than Reddit because it makes me feel braindead
I use it more than reddit because reddit banned me.
@imgprojts @belo shit. Lol lemmy will ban you to lol
I can theoretically ban my self on a self hosted instance. I just have to be really annoyed with myself.
Not often enough. I need to remind myself that reddit is a ridiculously ⬜ space that is so far from being genuinely understanding of the shit POCs deal with. I actually feel bad for not going on Lemmy as much-- I just wish the site was more popping.
You may set up a random redirect :) For example reddit.com redirects to lemmy.ml every time with probability 1/3. Or redirect with a switch. The last option is easy to set up, there are extensions for this.
once a week, its all political stuff and not much that’s interesting tbh
How come you don’t post? Try to switch up the content
what would you like to see?
More discussion topics not so much politics. Like relationships, lifestyle, am I the asshole, eli5, things like that. What i see on lemmy is mostly tech and politics. I think that can turn ppl off bc there really isn’t much else to see or engage in
Once a day.
i don’t go to reddit since i found lemmy… at least not to browse… for some reason it comes up in searches for things a lot these days, but most often i see reddit on here
i come to lemmy in spurts like i did with reddit… sometimes multiple times a day sometimes once every other day or so
Many times a day. It has almost completely replaced Reddit for me.
Me too, several times a day. Always something interesting to find.
Got any good community suggestions?