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I want to know when I joined Stack Overflow.

When I am going to the visiting calendar it shows me all of the dates, even dates before I became a member.

I mean suppose I am the user of Stack Overflow since 2 years, it should show me the date only for that date; but when I click the back button it shows more past dates. It should start from the date when I was starting Stack Overflow.

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Why? It's just a calendar. The important thing is that it doesn't show actual activity if you couldn't even have been active. That would be a bug. This certainly isn't. – Bart Dec 20 '13 at 10:02
Hover and you shall know... Just hover your mouse over that line and it will show you the exact date/time. – Bart Dec 20 '13 at 10:14
As an aside: please do not use `code` for random formatting. – Arjan Dec 21 '13 at 9:01
up vote 4 down vote accepted

Simply hover the cursor on the member for and it shows the date and time of your First day of member in stack overflow.enter image description here

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