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Last Updated: 21 March 2014
New users must wait a few hours before posting to the Site. Once the initial wait period is over, new users will have a low Upload Quota. Your Upload Quota will reset 24 hours after your last upload. With every successful post, your Upload Quota will increase. At this time, the upper limit of the Upload Quota is 10 posts per 24 hour period.
Once you're registered and logged in, simply select the yellow POST (or if you're on mobile, the yellow upload icon) in in the top, right corner of your screen. Follow the instructions on screen once you're there.
Once you have registered a user account and you are logged in, you may switch off Safe Mode. Simply select the 'OFF' radio button located at the right side of the navigation bar with the Hot, New, Top and Vote tabs.
Safe Mode hides posts that have been deemed Not Safe For Work (NSFW) by the Site's users. NSFW posts are those which the user may not want to access in a public or formal setting such as at work or school. NSFW posts may also contain swear words and images intended for a more mature audience.
The Tickld iPhone App has been released! We can confirm that an Android App is in the works. We'll keep you updated on our blog, so keep checking back! In the meanwhile, our friends on Android can still access Tickld from your mobile phone at m.tickld.com.
The Tickld Team wants Tickld to be free for everyone. It now costs a lot to run Tickld, and advertising is how we pay for this.
All submissions first require 15 up-votes from the Vote page. The Vote page is only accessible to logged in users. You must convince the registered users that your submission is worthy. The first suggestion for getting to the new page is be original. The second suggestion for getting to the new page is be original. If you aren't the original poster (OP), then do not post it to Tickld. The Tickld community loves to see/hear/discover/learn about you and what's going on inside your head. The community reacts positively to posts that are original, creative, funny, informative and weird. Take a silly picture of your pet. Create a meme about a current event. Teach the community about something interesting that you've learned in school. Finally, be original.
'Hot' is determined by an automated software algorithm that factors in many variables. The algorithm considers variables such as the number of up-votes since time posted, the speed of up-vote accumulation and the up-vote to down-vote ratio.
Unfortunately, you cannot edit the title of your submission at this time.
Once logged in, go to your user profile page. Select one of the large yellow buttons under the 'Delete' header for Pic, Gif, Ask or Comic to view your submissions. You'll find a 'Delete' button to the right of your post. Select 'Delete' and confirm. Deletion will remove all traces of your submission from our server and database.
If you received a message on your profile page from the user 'UserModerator', it is because a Tickld User Moderator has exercised an enforcement action against you. Please refer to the message for more information about why your post might have been removed.
Yes, you can submit an application here. Not all applicants will be accepted. Please follow the link for more information.
You receive Karma points when other logged in users up-vote or down-vote your comments. A high amount of Karma on your user profile (in most cases) tells other users that you are a valued contributor to Tickld. A negative amount of Karma on your user profile (in most cases) tells other users that your contributions are not appreciated. All new users begin with 0 Karma. Your Karma total is displayed on your user profile page. The top 20 most valued contributors on Tickld as determined by total Karma are listed on The Wall of Fame.
Gift Karma allows a user to 'gift' karma points to other users on Tickld for making exceptional contributions to the Tickld community. Choosing to Gift Karma will subtract the requisite karma from the giver's total karma and add it to the receiver's total karma. Only positive karma can be gifted.
Yes, there is! Please visit The Comment Image and Gif Reference Guide.
Meme is pronounced 'meem' and rhymes with the word 'cream'. Fun Fact: The word 'meme' originated in Richard Dawkins' 1976 book titled 'The Selfish Gene'. Dawkins postulated that memes, similar to human genes, evolve through natural selection, and can become extinct if they fail to propagate.