Can you post photos on the Reddit app?
You go to “create new post” and select an image out of your gallery.Aug 2, 2021
How do I post pictures on Reddit from my computer?
It’s near the top-right corner of the screen. Type or paste the link to the photo into the “url” box. If the photo is not online, you may be able to upload it to a post if supported by the subreddit. Alternatively, you can upload it to a free site like Imgur and then paste its URL into the “url” box.Dec 14, 2017
Can you still test positive after recovering from COVID-19?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some people who contract COVID-19 can have detectable virus for up to three months, but that doesn’t mean they are contagious. When it comes to testing, however, the PCR tests are more likely to continue picking up the virus following infection.May 16, 2022
What are the chances of a false positive COVID-19 lateral flow test?
This is because the specificity of LFTs – their ability to accurately diagnose uninfected individuals – is higher, and therefore false positives are highly unlikely. In people who did not have COVID‐19, LFTs correctly ruled in infection in 99.5% of people with COVID-like symptoms, and 98.9% of those without them.Jun 9, 2021
How long can you test positive on an at-home rapid COVID-19 antigen test?
At-home antigen tests may return positive results for 10 days — or even longer, up to 14 days, according to The New York Times. Public health experts have said it’s been difficult to understand what that means in terms of contagiousness since rapid tests can’t always predict that with accuracy.Jun 1, 2022
Can you test negative for COVID-19 and still have symptoms?
If you’re experiencing COVID symptoms and were exposed, but continue testing negative for the virus, what does that mean? There have been some anecdotal reports of people contracting the virus but not testing positive for a number of days, even while symptomatic. Others, don’t test positive at all.Jun 10, 2022
What is up with Reddit place?
On March 28, Reddit confirmed that it was bringing back r/place for a limited time. The new r/place launched on April 1, 2022, and was scheduled to run for four days, so r/place will be closed from April 4, 2022.Apr 4, 2022
Who created Reddit place?
Its founder, Josh Wardle (founder of Wordle, ever heard of it?) called r/Place “a screenshot of the Internet at this moment in time.” Five years later, on April 1, 2022, the subreddit made its massive and triumphant return. r/Place offers a giant, open canvas that allows anyone and everyone to place one colored pixel.Apr 6, 2022
How do I participate in R place?
In order to participate in r/place, one has to have a Reddit account. It doesn’t matter how old you are and Reddit is free to join. To participate, each user is allowed to click one pixel on a square grid consisting of 4 million pixels and change to it any color they want.Apr 6, 2022
Why can’t I delete my Reddit account?
Try to remove your cache & cookies or your browser history. Then go there https://www.reddit.com/settings/ or there https://old.reddit.com/prefs/deactivate/. If it doesn’t working, contact the admins https://old.reddit.com/contact/.Jun 19, 2019
Can I wipe my Reddit account?
Under the Account tab, scroll down to the bottom to see the red Deactivate Account button. Click this. A pop-up will appear with an optional field asking for feedback on why you’re deleting your Reddit account. Tick the box stating “I understand that deactivated accounts are not recoverable” and click Deactivate.Apr 11, 2022