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I like the new Stack Exchange careers 2.0 site but why is my stack exchange account not in my profile?

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Rup is correct. We exclude per-site metas (except and beta sites from your network accounts list.


After a careers team hallway meeting we're going to change this to allow you to add public beta sites and answers to the StackExchange Network section of your profile. Will be in later this week.

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Excellent ... and fast! – Geert Mar 15 '11 at 18:04
Update: This should be in later this week... – Korneel Bouman Apr 18 '11 at 14:19
Update: Complete. – Jason Punyon Apr 25 '11 at 18:19

It's because at the moment careers only lists fully-graduated sites and ui.stackexchange is still in beta.

It might make sense to allow you to show beta sites with a higher rep threshold, though, or if you're a mod on one.

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