How To Manage All Reddit Accounts in One Dashboard?

If you are an active user of Reddit, managing multiple accounts can be a hassle. Logging in and out of different accounts can take up valuable time and become confusing, especially if you have multiple accounts for different purposes. Fortunately, there is a solution: FollowingLike.

FollowingLike is a social media automation tool that allows you to manage all your social media accounts in one dashboard. In addition to popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, FollowingLike also supports Reddit. Here's how you can use FollowingLike to manage all your Reddit accounts in one dashboard:

1. Download and install FollowingLike on your computer. FollowingLike offers a free trial version that you can download from their official website. Once you have downloaded the software, install it on your computer and launch the program.  

2. Add your Reddit accounts to FollowingLike. To add your Reddit accounts to FollowingLike, click on the "Accounts Manager" tab and select "Add". Enter your Reddit account credentials (username and password) for each account you want to add.  You can also batch import them with proxies which saves you lots of time. Finally click "Start" to login your accounts.

 3. Manage your Reddit accounts in one dashboard. Once you have added your Reddit accounts to FollowingLike, you can manage them all from one dashboard. From the dashboard,  you can browser any accounts without logging out.

4. Use FollowingLike's automation featuresFollowingLike offers several automation features that can help you manage and grow your Reddit accounts. 

  • Upvote/DownVote
  • Comment
  • Reply to Comment
  • Create Post/ Schedule Post
  • Batch change Avatars
  • Auto browse home post, subreddit posts and upvote

In conclusion, managing multiple Reddit accounts can be a challenge, but FollowingLike makes it easy. By using this social media automation tool, you can manage all your Reddit accounts in one dashboard, automate tasks, grow community members and upvotes . Give it a try and see how it can streamline your Reddit management process.