A set of tools to be used by moderators on reddit in order to make their jobs easier.
Toolbox is an extension that adds a myriad of much needed features and functionality to reddit for moderators. Containing: - Queuetools - Mod Button - Mod Mail Pro - Mod Domain Tagger - Toolbox Notifier - User history analyzer - Comment Nuke tool - User notes - Personal notes - Syntax highlighter for subreddit css - Much more https://www.reddit.com/r/toolbox
- (2021-02-10) Patrick Evans: Don't know what I'd do without it. Make the thankless job of moderating a lot easier.
- (2021-02-08) BlueCreeper512: Makes my life so much easier moderating /r/Windows.
- (2020-04-05) Dillon Hess: Reddit should really take notes from this extension. There are so many features that this has that reddit doesn't. Doing anything mod related is way faster and can be done in fewer clicks. Can't recommend this enough.
- (2020-03-29) BlancBestGirl: As a moderator on a well sized subreddit (almost 250k subscribers as of posting) It's very helpful. Not just for checking modlog, but it also gives you windows notifications for any new reports or messages, it's a very helpful extension
- (2019-12-18) Sub: I just need help opening it :| cuz idk how
- (2019-11-16) Kieran: Brilliant extension - an essential tool for any reddit mod. Allows mods to leave internal notes on individual users and see the modlog on the post your're viewing! If only there was a comparable moderation app for moderating from my phone when I'm not at home...
- (2019-08-09) Sebastian Wynthein: Antivirus popped up with a "Trojan:JS/CoinHive.A" from this extension, probably a false positive but has anyone else experienced this?
- (2019-06-18) Catarina Ly: the new update enables popups every time you get new modmail and there's no option to turn it off. makes me want to uninstall the extension.
- (2019-02-25) JMC: A must have for Reddit moderation.
- (2018-11-11) Kat Eller: It works fine, but no matter how many times I un-tick the "Auto-ignore reports when approving items" button, it keeps turning back on.
- (2018-04-23) Jake L: An essential extension for anyone who moderates even a medium-sized subreddit. No complaints, it and RES absolutely transform the reddit experience. I use it for a 1m+ subscriber sub, and it performs perfectly.
- (2017-12-27) Regan Dryke: Almost mandatory if you want to seriously mod on Reddit.
- (2017-11-17) Shane Heath: Included pig queue creature.
- (2017-10-18) Wolfie: We use this on /r/disneyvacation and it greatly helps with the moderation load. I've had no problems with it so far.
- (2017-08-03) John M: The Developers do not seem to care what thier users want, they designed a notification that shows up every time you open your web browser to reddit, and won't go away until you click it. This is an awful and annoying design. There are better ways to get your notifications read. For example, have it show up until the user checks a box to not show again. If the user doesn't want to read it, then why are you trying to shove it down their throat? Having it designed like this does nothing to increase the amount of people who actually read it, since there are plenty of alternative methods that would work just as well, while still serving to cause annoyance and negative feedback from your users, which you seem to not really care much about. Prove me wrong, add a checkbox, or an option to allow a checkbox buried deep in the options, whatever you want, but you'd be doing yourselves a favor as well. Win-Win.
- (2017-07-17) Michael Eagan: Devs broke rule 1 of apps: don't include non-dismissable notifications. It wouldn't bother me so much, but they censor it on their subreddit. People that ask for them to not do it any more have their comments removed and their accounts banned! Criticism is supposed to help devs make a better product, but they create a "safe zone" where only positive things are allowed through.
- (2017-07-09) Molly: Makes modding so much easier.
- (2017-07-05) Brent Garber: Devs are worse than Poettering. Can't handle criticism. Only way to dismiss update notification is a forced new tab.
- (2017-05-28) Forced release notes? Really? Get rid of that devs.
- (2016-09-28) JD B: It was good until they broke it with the last update. Old versions still work on firefox, but the chrome version is broken and they won't let you even talk about it on their subreddit.
- (2016-09-17) Tom Hill: A must have extension for any Reddit moderator. It makes moderating on Reddit much easier, and the removal reasons are a godsend. Massive thanks to the developers!
- (2016-06-19) Tyler Beatty: We use this on /r/Undertale and it really makes moderating a lot easier and keeps it well-organized. Would recommend to absolutely any reddit mods.
- (2015-11-06) Marten Bevelander: loved it !
- (2015-10-05) Jorge Perez: Works great so far.
- (2015-07-26) Starry Owl: Must have for any moderator on Reddit! The new version (3.2.0) made an already amazing addon even better.
- (2015-01-05) Ken Conway: Amazing mod tool [box]
- (2014-12-29) Very helpful. Thank you!
- (2014-12-10) Nathan Brown: Nice time-saver for moderating several subreddits
- (2014-09-06) aad berkhout: splendid.
- (2014-04-01) Ben Broughton: Great reddit aid! Not only does creesch make great themes, but also great extensions!
- (2014-01-29) Drew Edwards: Inglip summoned!
- (2020-06-05, v:5.3.1: "Coaching Chicken") F S: High CPU usage.
Chrome has very high cpu usage with this extension. Chrome usage went from 1% to 10% cpu usage on a 16core cpu. Disabling the extension (v5.3.1) immediatly dropped the cpu usage back to 1%
- (2019-06-30, v:5.0.7: "Harmonizing Hare") Alexander Knapköyen: Can't add removal reasons on home page
So I can't add any removal reasons on the "home" page or on "new" (on a few subreddits I mod) and such if I remove a post. Everything works as it should be doing inside modqueue. Even if I go to the post itself and click on removal reason nothing happens. I've tried to reinstall the toolbox and I've tried different browsers. Same stuff happening on Firefox.
- (2019-06-28, v:5.0.7: "Harmonizing Hare") Robert Hafner: How do I disable notifications?
I'm not sure if this is a new feature or if it was previously just broken on my computer, but I really dislike having notifications and would like to disable them.
- (2019-06-14, v:5.0.0: "Harmonizing Hare") Ben Davies: Adding a Useless Scroll Bar
So with the new version you just put out, 5.0.0: Harmonizing Hare, when I'm looking at Reddit in my full screen windowed chrome, it adds a white bar to the right side of Reddit that is useless, and adds an annoying extra scroll bar at the bottom of the page. It's more annoying than anything else. But I still see it as a problem.
- (2019-01-04, v:3.7.15: "Cleaning Cockcroach") Jumping to top of page when on a subsequent page
When using never ending reddit on old reddit, moderation actions that bring up the removal reasons cause the page to jump back to the top.
- (2018-06-21, v:3.7.4: "Cleaning Cockcroach") Not Loading
This isn't loading for me. Suggestions? I'm on Chrome. Does this send you my data?
- (2018-04-24, v:3.7.2: "Cleaning Cockcroach") Jared Hall: Broken in reddit redesign
Looks like this isn't working in the reddit redesign. Anything I can do to help?
- (2018-03-31, v:3.7.2: "Cleaning Cockcroach") Gavin Martin: lol
it does not wrong
- (2017-10-18, v:3.6.6: "Communicating Cat") Wolfie: The hovering user panel
Can the panel that appears when you hover on a user be disabled? I can't see it in the module toggles which means it conflicts with RES.
- (2017-07-04, v:3.6.6: "Communicating Cat") Jordan: Important features broken
Notifications appear to be broken, I cannot get them to work at all.
- (2016-09-25, v:3.4.3) Max Beefsteak: History button not appearing
Tried reinstalling, clearing extension settings etc but it's not reappearing