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When I'm looking at a profile, I wish I could tell what group that person posted their question in?

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Me too!
I figured out how to do it! Change the part where it says user and the username to study.
errr... I couldn't get that to work.

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oh laura i'm an idiot i got it thanks
oooh cool, thanks
that still means you need to click on the link and go to the group in order to find out which group the question was posted in. I wish there were some way to enhance this so that, say, hovering over the link showed its group name as a tooltip?
That would be nice to not go through to figure out where that question is..
It's on the wishlist...You aren't the only ones who want it, don't worry!

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