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I noticed that in Matt Sherman's SO profile, he has a link to "Careers 2.0 profile" underneath the "Network profile" link. Unfortunely, I can't find any setting, either on SO or on SOC, that would enable showing that link for my profile. Has anyone else stumbled across such a thing?

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Perhaps a symptom of this: Is there a difference between a “Stack Overflow profile on Careers 2.0” and a “Careers 2.0 profile”? Do you have a Careers 2.0 profile? – Cody Gray Aug 7 '11 at 5:36
    
@Cody: Yes, it's at careers.stackoverflow.com/cky :-) – Chris Jester-Young Aug 7 '11 at 5:37
    
Existing feature request for just such a capability: Option to link SO user page to careers profile. – Rick Sladkey Aug 7 '11 at 7:03
    
@Rick: This post isn't quite the same as what you linked: the feature is already there (and so I'm not making a feature request); it's just a question of how to enable it. :-) – Chris Jester-Young Aug 7 '11 at 16:50
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@Chris: Right, I didn't say it was a duplicate. If that [feature-request] is [feature-complete] it should be tagged that way and how to enable it should be documented. – Rick Sladkey Aug 7 '11 at 17:08
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This is a feature that we were experimenting with some time back. We decided not to go forward with it for the time being -- it was an oversight that it was left on my profile.

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It's very unfortunate that it was discontinued, as I would have found it very useful. :-) Nonetheless, it's good to hear an official answer on this, so thanks. :-) – Chris Jester-Young Aug 8 '11 at 15:34

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