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Q&A More social media/online communities to link to profile.

I agree that this seems like a low-priority feature. It would certainly fall into the category of potentially nice to have, but it's not something that seems like a deal-breaker for anyone. As alre...

posted 4y ago by Canina‭

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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Canina‭ · 2020-05-20T18:44:35Z (about 4 years ago)
I agree that this seems like a low-priority feature. It would certainly fall into the category of *potentially nice to have*, but it's not something that seems like a deal-breaker for anyone. As already said, it's almost as easy to just [put the links in your profile text](https://meta.codidact.com/a/75004/75006).

That said, I'd like to add one thing here. If/when this gets implemented, let's not fixate on any predefined list of external sites. **Let users specify site and profile link as a pair.** Ideally with something like autocomplete for the site name, so we don't end up with some people with "linkedin" profiles, some with "Linkedin" profiles, some with "Linked In" profiles, and the odd one out who links to their "Linked Inn" profile.