Reddit User Analyzer and More
Release Note: The issue with the latest update asking for access to your browsing history has been resolved. RPT didn't need or use your browser history. I had something enabled that I didn't need. Oops.
Reddit Pro Tools identifies trolls and propaganda on Reddit.
How does it work? It analyzes the comments and overall karma for all users on the current page and tags offending users.
Troll - User with -100 comment karma. Mouse over tag to see stats.
Frank - User with a new, low karma account. (Fresh Reddit Account; No Karma)
Sub Troll - User with less than -100 comment karma in the current subreddit. Mouse over tag to see stats. (yes, it downloads, stores, and caches the latest 1000 comments for each user)
Deplorable - User who has too much comment karma from a deplorable subreddit. You can change which subreddits are on the deplorable list. Mouse over tag to see stats. (The_Donald, sjwhate, milliondollarextreme, greatawakening, etc)
Propaganda - Thread linking to a domain on your propaganda list. You can edit this list of domains as well. (breitbart.com, dailycaller.com, foxnews.com, gop.com, etc)
Adds a link to the user's SnoopSnoo page to the RES user mouseover window that pops up. No more copying and pasting to research a user.
Adds a link to the Ceddit version of the current page. No more need to edit the URL so you can see deleted comments.
Does this track me?
No. It doesn't even grab your username off the page. It doesn't know who you are and will flag you right along with everyone else if it applies. It doesn't send data to any other sites either. It only communicates with the Reddit API.
How much bandwidth does this use?
About a gig of data in a heavy day of Redditing. I wouldn't use this if you are on a data capped connection. It does cache the data though. It fully caches everything for 24 hours. And after 24 hours, it will only download their latest comments. The extension is fairly smart but there millions and millions of people on here every day.
How much storage is this going to use on my computer?
Chrome supports up to 16 gigs of data stored in its database. I have it set to delete users not seen in two weeks when it gets near the quota. So, less than 16gigs.