For instance, I want to search all "game" in https://www.reddit.com/r/france/ how can I do that?
- Find the search field on the page (it's in the top right)
- Enable the check box limit my search to r/france
- Type your search term
- Hit enter
Following these steps you would get to a page like this: https://www.reddit.com/r/france/search?q=game&restrict_sr=on&sort=relevance&t=all
You can see from the URL, it's part of the /france subreddit, "restrict" to subreddit is enabled and the search term is "game".
If you do not want to use the reddit built-in search, you can also type this into Google:
This will make you search the /france subreddit for the term "game".
- You can search anything in the top search bar. The results page will show results for all of reddit. But, if you are visiting a subreddit there will be an option on the results page to filter to only from that subreddit.
Relevant URL GET Params
- q = query
- restrict_sr = whether restrict to subreddit
In the new version of Reddit, if you intend to look for something in a subreddit, first you may want to begin your search with "r/XXX" (XXX is the name of a subreddit) in the search bar, and then click on the subreddit from automatically recommended results below the bar. Finally, you will enter the subreddit you're interested in and begin your search now. It might be more straightforward than constructing a URL.