This way the most controversial articles: memorials, generic outfit spam,'check out this villager\/item I got', and Animal Crossing Bells edited screenshots are all relegated to their own space where individuals who want to view them may, while the main subreddit focuses on anything else. Keeping the threads on a cycle and removing\/posting\/stickying new ones will ensure they stay fresh and people continue to make use of them.If people are time-traveling into an event that has not released yet then yes there should be spoiler tags. The best instance of this was the Halloween update when people kept posting screenshots of the carriage that they time traveled to get. Like I'm alright with seeing someone post rabbit day screenshots at this time, since that event released this past year so we already know what the things are. However, should they include, IDK, an arbor day event with fresh items that folks TT to, I'd prefer if they spoiler mark their posts so that I can decide whether I wish to view the content or not. Some people do want to find spoilers, others don't. As long as people can choose whether they want to view it, I do not think there'll be any problems.Thanks for the comments. The major thing with megathreads is we have already got two running at a time (two stickies is the limit on Reddit): Straightforward codes and questions. Those are just two things that attract a lot of clutter, and there is a max of two sticky slots. During the time something else is accepting that slot, the questions or code thread for Animal Crossing Items For Sale instance, wouldn't be visible and it'd get very little use.