An alternative can be adding the flair in the description of one of the networks such as
For that, there's an
HTML code, that SO makes available, that one can add to the description of the communities. In order to grab the
HTML code access the tab Flair in the Network. In my case the direct link looks like the following https://stackexchange.com/users/9572673/gon%c3%a7alo-peres-%e9%be%9a%e7%87%bf%e7%a6%84?tab=flair
Then copy the code bellow the following text
How do I use it?
Simply copy and paste the below HTML snippet wherever you want to show off your combined Stack Exchange flair:
In my case it is the following
<a href="https://stackexchange.com/users/9572673/goncalo-peres"><img src="https://stackexchange.com/users/flair/9572673.png?theme=clean" width="208" height="58" alt="profile for Goncalo Peres on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites" title="profile for Goncalo Peres on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites" /></a>
And added that code to the description of the community that I will be using to define the Network description. Then Update profile description based on that specific community by pressing "Update profile info" under the description section.
A pop-up will appear and all one has to do is select the community where one added the code for the flair in the description.