Reddit is a social news website and forum where users vote on information that is socially vetted and promoted.
Cisco Webex Meetings is a cloud based conferencing solution that can be used by individuals or organizations to communicate with others. Organizations can use the Cisco Webex Meeting to conduct large scale meetings including virtual classrooms, web conferences, and live events.
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Triggers when a new comment is created by a certain user.
Triggers when there is a new hot post in the top 10 of a subreddit.
Trigger when new meeting created.
Submit a new link post to a subreddit.
Creates a new meeting.
This is a story of how Reddit and Cisco® Webex Meetings came together.
Reddit is an online, social news website where users submit content, in the form of a link or a text post. Other users then vote the submission “up” or “down”, which is used to rank the post and determine its position on the site’s pages and front page. The site has been described as being a hybrid of a social networking site and a news aggregator, with many community-oriented features typical of a message board.
Cisco® Webex Meeting is a cloud-based conferencing platform that offers online meetings, cplaboration and webinars. It was acquired by Cisco Systems in 2012 for about $3.2 billion.
In 2014, Reddit launched a new feature called “explore”, which became a default landing page for new users of the site. The feature allows users to browse random subreddits from the front page, of which there are many. Each subreddit has a unique subject of discussion, such as “Cats” or “Fitness”. A user can also make a subreddit devoted to their own area of interest. For example, if a user wanted to talk about video games, they would start a subreddit called “The Copest Video Games”. As of May 2015, there are 396 million people who use Reddit every month, out of which 130 million are active each month.
Around mid-2015, one particular subreddit generated much excitement. That subreddit was r/TheButton (the button. The game was simple; press the button or don’t press the button; you get no points for pressing it later. Once someone pressed the button, the timer reset to 60 seconds. If nobody pressed it in the given time limit, the timer reset to 30 seconds. This continued until someone pressed the button again when the timer was at zero. As soon as someone pressed the button, the timer reset to 60 seconds and so on. The game generated so much excitement because there was no clear strategy to beat it, but it also generated frustration when people missed their chance to press it before it reset to 60 seconds. It was discovered that if you were fast enough, you could press it twice before the countdown was over; this generated huge excitement. The subreddit generated so much interest that Reddit CEO Yishan Wong posted in the subreddit saying that he had just spoken to the creator of the game and that they were working on integrating it into Reddit! Although people were disappointed that it did not become official, Wong did promise that if it got more than 10,000 subscribers in under a week, he would create an official version of Reddit Button for everyone to play! Despite having almost no chance of 10,000 subscribers in under a week, people continued to submit videos of them pressing the button while others vowed to wait until Wong made an official one for everyone to play. After about 2 days, Wong created an official version of Reddit Button for everyone to play at r/buttonception! However, unlike other subreddits where you could only subscribe, comment and vote on other users submissions, you could only press the button in this subreddit. As soon as you pressed the button, the countdown would begin again. To get around this problem, users started making strategies on how to get around it. Some people created bots that would switch accounts every minute so that it could keep pressing the button for them while others found ways to keep their account logged in without having to refresh the page every minute! People started using VPNs to get around IP bans and some people even developed apps that would automatically press the button every 5 seconds without any human intervention! Because of all this effort put into pressing The Button, users started getting creative with how they were going to stop doing it once it reached its end (which was set to occur on July 4th 2016. They decided that they would celebrate July 4th in any way they wanted; some people wanted to do something relaxing like go fishing while others wanted to do something crazy like bungee jumping off a bridge! They even planned their celebrations in advance; some people went out fishing on June 30th while others scheduled their bungee jumps for July 3rd (the day before July 4th)! One Redditor even planned his celebration in advance; when The Button finally ended, he was already at his friend’s house watching fireworks! There is nothing like watching fireworks while your friends and family celebrate Independence Day! The Button ended with only about 28% of the world ever pressing it and earning themselves a flair badge which read “The Button (I pushed.”
With all this excitement over Reddit and Cisco® Webex Meetings joining forces and integrating their technpogies together, we can only imagine what heights they will reach together! The future will be bright indeed!
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