>>3461487> Have you got it automated or it's just hard manual labour?
Semi-automated to make my manual labour as easy as possible, but I still have to manually classify things.
I wrote an app that goes through and displays all of the threads (thumbnail + op post) on the board for me, with a dropdown to let me select what type of thread it is. It stores the types and descriptions of the already-categorized threads and displays those collapsed so I don't have to look at them again, so once a day I just go through and pick out the new threads and give 'em a title, then it generates the index post from that. So all I have to do is tab->p->description->tab->o->tab->o->tab->o->copy the new index, click on the link to the index thread it generates, paste it in, solve the capcha, and post.
I'm actually pretty proud of the programming job I did here, to be honest:
* It reads (and parses) the most recent index post in the index thread so it knows which threads are new (hence the <NEW>s that started getting added on 3/09/19)
* It stores the data in browser local storage, but can recreate it from the index thread if necessary (e.g., if I switch computers)--anything older than the most recently-categorized thread that isn't a photo thread has to be a non-photo thread
* It's smart enough to give me an indication if it's over 4chan's post length limit (which hasn't happened yet, but might if people start posting a lot of photo threads or I just start getting wordier with my descriptions)
* It lists them in reverse-board order, so the threads most in danger of falling off the edge are first in the index
* The field to name the thread is only active on photo threads and group photo threads, so I don't have to tab over them when they're not necessary
* The page automatically jumps the thread I'm looking at to the top when I tab to it.