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suggestion :how about adding two things : 1.openstudy join date 2.last logged in date to the detailed profile ??

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It will be nice.
Not a bad idea. We do keep track of this stuff. We'll look into it!
thanks >>Why i suggest this is that the detailed profile isnt "detailed" at all ....ofcourse it gives info about qns and grps the user is active in but the profile means not only that isnt it?

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The term “detailed profile” is meant as a contrast to the information that's displayed in the popup profile on these pages, so it is in fact significantly more detailed, yes. I can understand your confusion, however.
That is an awesome idea =D
@sammixboo One of the things you had asked for! But like 2 years ago! By someone else... lol xD

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