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Add a more obvious link to the Abilities page

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Right now, the Abilities page isn't very obviously accessible - I had to go to my profile, click on one of the abilities I have, then click "Return to list" since there is no direct link there.

Therefore, I suggest making the abilities page more obvious. Maybe add Abilities as a tab on the user profile? Or just add a "full list of abilities" link under "Earned Abilities" on the page.

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There’s also a path to go there via the help center FWIW. luap42‭ about 2 months ago

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Making the "Earned Abilities" heading on the profile page link to the full list (/abilities) seems like a good way to solve this. It avoids adding one more tab on the profile (which is already constrained on small viewports like phones) while putting the link on the relevant part of the page.

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On the other hand, it'd be kind of a misnomer as I'd expect the "Earned Abilities" link to link to well, the abilities I've earned, not to the full list. Moshi‭ about 2 months ago

I was thinking of just linking the word "abilities" in that heading. Monica Cellio‭ about 2 months ago

Why not just, below the list of earned abilities, a link to "see all abilities" or some such? I doubt that making one word in a few-words heading a link is going to be particularly obvious. Canina‭ about 2 months ago

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