In the topusers page for a tag, the 30 day list has links for the questions / answers. But these link to the questions / answers in that tag for the user rather than the last 30 days alone. It will be mighty useful if that were the case.
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When I visit a topuser page for a tag, I too would like to be able to click on the percentage values in the right-hand column of the graphic below and, for example, be able to immediately start reviewing whether I can answer any of the:
I have included a link on the All Time percentage above because that has the easiest search syntax to illustrate what I am describing.
I just think we should default to the newest tab, not the current default of the relevance tab.
Relevance doesn't really make sense to me in this context.
When clicking on that link, I'm only really interest in ordering by newest, where it's easy to find the 30-day-old line, so I don't really see the need for this (although I'm open to hearing about a different workflow, with justification).