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"User Profile" should be more informative.
I think the current information in a user profile is very limited . In my opinion, the following information should be added:
Visible to all users
The number of questions and answers
The number of helpful flags, posts edited by the user, and people reached
Tags involved by the user's activities together with associated statistics
How long the user has been a member of the community
Visibe to the account holder
- detailed voting information
Why is knowing such information useful?
In my opinion, to improve the community performance, we need to examine how the community members contribute in their membership duration.
For example, if we see that many new users are willing more to asking questions, we may need set some policies or rules to encourage them to contribute answering posts.
Another example, if we see that many old users are not willing to flag inappropriate posts, we may need to improve flagging policy.
Another example, it may be useful to examine why many users occasionally contribute to a community.
Another example, if we know that the number of "people reached" is high enough for some users, we can conclude that they may be interested enough to contribute to others' posts.
Finally, I think knowing the last information mentioned above, "visible to the account holder", is very helpful for any user; I think it is clear enough and does not need more explanation.
> The number of /.../ posts edited by the user This information is already basically available. Fair enough, it's not …
> The number of /.../ people reached I disagree that this would be a useful piece of information. Yes, I know that …
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