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Ok, this might turn out to be embarrassing, but I'll post it anyway: I wish to add more information to my profile on Careers 2.0, but I can't seem to find any suitable <form> on the site...

  • Where do I enter summary, experience, education, etc.?
  • How do I pick "best answers"?

Also, I am almost certain I added a summary and "likes" on Careers 1.0, but none of this seems to have been carried over to 2.0. Is this by design, or is my profile bugged?

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First go to your profile.

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Next you will find an edit link right next to each section of information or an add to ... link at the end of each list like education and experience.

under the section title Stack Exchange Network you will find a add top answers link.

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In general, see Ralph's answer. If that doesn't work, and you're sure you had a profile before the switch to Careers 2.0, send an email to and we'll try to get you sorted out. It's possible some accounts may not have been migrated correctly.

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If you had an account and used the invite link to ask for an invite, would that be enough? Also, how long does it take to get invites out? – BinaryMisfit Feb 25 '11 at 15:45
@Diago requesting an invite doesn't guarantee that you'll get one -- we're also going to look at activity on SO and other programming-related sites. If you had an old CV and can't get to it now, send us an email so we can figure out what went wrong. – David Fullerton Feb 25 '11 at 16:56

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