# Using Multireddits With Newsboat

Categories: Software Newsboat

On Reddit, multireddits are a way of grouping multiple subreddits into a grouped feed. It’s a nice way to keep my reddit organized so I can view the content that I really want to.

As an example, here is what my gaming-related feed in newsboat looks like:

That is incredibly overwhelming, even if it is sorted by the date the post was published.

In my opinion, even keeping all the gaming subreddits I follow in a query feed could quickly become overwhelming since I follow a lot of game-related subreddits.

As an example, I’m going to use some of the Crusader Kings and Destiny-related subreddits I follow for a gaming multireddit, but you can use whatever you want.

To start with, I created a multireddit for all the Crusader Kings-related content I wanted to follow. I called it “crusaderkings”, but feel free to call it whatever you want. Once I had done that, I added several of the subreddits I wanted to follow - namely CrusaderKings, CrusaderCharacters, CKTinder, and CK3_DNAs. While this list will most likely be updated in the future, four feeds is good enough for a start. Rinse and repeat this for whatever else you want to group together - for instance, maybe you follow several subreddits for a particular programming language. Really, it’s limitless what you can group by.

Now, simply add the RSS url to your newsboat URLs file (usually ~/.newsboat/urls) and you will get this when you view your multireddit feed (with my config, at least - yours may differ based on your articlelist-view.):