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Based on the answer to this question it appears that the recent Careers 2.0 Profile email was directed at the "customize public view" feature. I would like to formally request that this feature be … retained, because I happen to like it - I appreciate the control it gives me over my privacy. For those who don't have access to or do not use this feature: it allows you to hide pieces of your Careers profile from public view, such as location, employment, or educational history. …
asked Jun 22 '12 by Isaac Truett
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I just noticed this feature next to the github link. Kudos. Very excited to try it out. But I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or if it's broken. I finally found the @garbage for my account (c …
asked Apr 21 '11 by Isaac Truett
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work for anyone else, returning 404 instead. It also won't work for adding Google Code projects to your Careers profile. With the option unchecked, the /u/foobar becomes valid for the rest of the … world and you show up as "foobar" to the general public on Google Code. That shorter URL form then works for adding Google Code projects to your Careers profile. …
answered Apr 22 '11 by Isaac Truett