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Allow users to link more than one website in their profile. [duplicate]

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Closed as duplicate by Canina‭ on Sep 17, 2020 at 08:30

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: More social media/online communities to link to profile.

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Currently, users can only add their twitter handle and one other website to their profile. I find this kind of limiting since someone might want to add more to their profile. Say for instance they want to put a link to both their blog and their professional website; right now, they have no way of doing so (outside of putting it in the info box).

Could we have the option to link more than one website in our profile?

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In response to "there is no problem to solve here."

Does a feature request have to solve a problem? Can't a requested feature be, you know, just to make things better/simpler/more convenient?

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As you say:

they have no way of doing so (outside of putting it in the info box)

Since you can put any links you want within your arbitrary info text, there is no problem to solve here.

You can look at my profile as an example of this in action. I included a link to my resume in the info text. It was easy to do.

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Moshi‭ wrote over 2 years ago

I did explicitly say that it was an option to just put it in the profile text. However, the functionality of having links in the sidebar is there already, so why no extend it?

Olin Lathrop‭ wrote over 2 years ago

@Moshi: Because there is not need since it's already solved, and the developers have better things to do.