Reddit is trying to allay moderators’ fears about rules that might allow users to push them back.
Moderators were nervous after CEO Steve Huffman told the company could consider rules this would allow users to vote for moderators, but based on a post seen by The edgea Reddit admin (employee) says no such tool exists and it’s not on the company’s roadmap.
In the post, the admin points out that only other Reddit admins can remove a senior moderator from a community, but the company’s goal is to “allow communities to navigate these types of changes with more autonomy. “. The administrator says that in order to do this, he will “provide solutions in collaboration with the moderating community”.
Reddit once worked an experiment to allow users to give feedback on mods, according to the admin.