Reddit, one of the most popular sites on the web, is changing its public home page to bring new users more relevant content.
The social news aggregation site announced the update in the form of a Reddit post on Wednesday.
Visitors to Reddit who don t want to sign up or log-in will now see a more diverse range of content, claims the platform.
What they won t see are posts from NSFW communities and adult subreddits, communities that are commonly filtered from the default front page by members, and the subreddits that have chosen to opt out of the front page altogether.
Reddit has fittingly dubbed the new page r/popular, whereas in the past it was called r/all.
For those users that still want to access the previous front page, you can select it from the grey navigation bar at the top of the site.