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It was there until recently, I think.

There are also a couple of questions about this from six months ago, asking why it's not on there, so I guess it got added around that time ... then a couple of days ago got removed again.

If it's gone, any reason?

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The accounts tab is getting some love too, as part of the ongoing refinements to the user page.

Step 1 was a lot of background work (making associations faster*), we're now into Step 2 which is the UI.

Area 51 associations still work (you'll get the +100 bonus and all), and will be back to being displayed within the next day or two very shortly across the entire network.

Before

old accounts tab

After

new accounts tab

*Most people probably wouldn't notice, but once you got to 10 Stack Exchange accounts or so each new one was costing you about 20 seconds of your life just to establish associations.

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@Kevin thanks for the update –  hawbsl Mar 24 '11 at 17:57
    
I am seeing the question "Eeeek! What happened to my Flairs?" –  YOU Mar 25 '11 at 4:12
    
@YOU - flair is still around, it just wasn't meant to be displayed in massive 4x10 arrays. –  Kevin Montrose Mar 25 '11 at 4:13
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The new Accounts page is great! –  Tim N Mar 26 '11 at 15:44
    
I likes it! One thing though, the explanatory sub-titles make it hard to get an overview. Maybe hide those from 1k+ users on the assumption that they are aware of what each site is for? –  Pëkka Mar 26 '11 at 18:29
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@Pekka - We've got 48 sites (excluding child metas) in the network, its kind of hard to believe that a rep threshold could accurately capture a user's awareness of all of them (especially since we keep launching new ones). –  Kevin Montrose Mar 26 '11 at 18:43

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