Reddit Account Manager

Keep track of your accounts, bookmarks, and subscriptions—all in one place.


Reddit Account Manager acts as a database repository for your Reddit accounts, so that if or when you decide to delete your Reddit account, you have your accounts, subscriptions, and bookmarks all in one place.

Even if you never delete your Reddit account, it's still useful to manage different accounts and aliases.

Audit trail

Know exactly when you created every account

Track karma

Know how much post and comment karma each account has

Set expiry dates

Get notified when it's time to delete an account based on your expiry rules

Minimize migration hassles

Have all your subscriptions mapped out and ready to go for the next account you create

Never lose a bookmark

Save all your bookmarks, even if your accounts are gone

Easy account management

Know when an account is active, deleted, or not created yet


Why did you build Reddit Account Manager?

Despite many Redditors' desires to delete their account and start a new one, many refrain from doing so for multiple reasons. Reasons include (but are not limited to):

  • Losing track of the subreddits they're subscribed to
  • Losing bookmarks
  • Lack of data export functionality from Reddit
  • Time and effort in switching (and ditching) accounts

Why have multiple Reddit accounts, and why would I want to delete them periodically?

All of your Reddit activity is public. Over time, you become increasingly identifiable. By having multiple Reddit accounts designated to specific subreddits/interests, and deleting them after some time, you:

  • Maintain pseudo-anonymity
  • Subscribe to different subreddits across different accounts
  • Keep a low profile and mix up data

Which platform do I need to use Reddit Account Manager?

You can use it out-of-the-box with any the following:

  1. Airtable
  2. Baserow
  3. Notion
  4. Coda
  5. ClickUp

✅ You have access to all platforms.

Can I use this to store and migrate my Reddit data to Lemmy (or elsewhere) now that Reddit has killed third-party apps?

Yes. Even though that wasn't the original intent of Reddit Account Manager, you can (and should) use it however works best for you.

Why did you make it free?

We all deserve privacy and to not be tracked all over the web. I knew this could bring value to every single Reddit user who wants to delete their account, start a new one, or simply keep track of everything you want to, so that if you ever do want to destroy your account, you'll be able to without worrying about losing track of it all.

With Reddit's recent changes, it also serves as a great tool to export your data and take it with you wherever you go next.

Reddit Account Manager is free, but you're welcome to contribute to the project. For those who choose to contribute (however much), I appreciate you. It helps me validate the efficacy of this product and work on building more.

Is this open source or hosted on GitHub/GitLab?

I'd love to open source Reddit Account Manager, but I quite literally can't, because it's built without writing code.

The closest I can get to "open sourcing" it is freely allowing everyone to clone it and modify it as they see fit, but limited to the platforms I built it on (Notion, Coda, Airtable, Baserow, and ClickUp).