Reddit has had a partnership with image sharing site Imgur for some time and now the company is launching their own image sharing tool.
The new tool will allow you to upload images directly to Reddit , it will be available in beta at first and the feature will be only available in select communities on the site at launch.
We’re super excited to begin rolling out in-house image hosting on Reddit.com to select communities this week. For a long time, other image hosting services have been an integral part of how content is shared on Reddit — we’re grateful to those teams, but are looking forward to bringing you a more seamless experience with this new feature.
The tool will allow you to upload photos of up to 20MB in size and Gifs up to 100MB in size, it will be available in 16 Reddit communities this week and then rolled out to around 50 next week.
You can find out more details about these new image sharing features and the new image upload tool over at Reddit at the link below.
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