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I have added some extra fields to users under admin/people/ - when I click edit beside the user, I can see the extra fields I have added.

However, if I go to /user/ those fields are not displayed.

How do I display user profile fields when their profile is viewed at /user?

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You most likely added the fields through this admin page: admin/config/people/accounts/fields

To control which fields are actually displayed on the view page, go here: admin/config/people/accounts/display

Also if you have the Field Permissions module enabled, make sure all necessary roles have the permission to view the fields you've added.

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  • tommi, thanks for the quick answer. i made everything "inline", but still nothing is showing.. – chlong Mar 21 '12 at 20:23
  • Seems you're editing the "label" setting. That only controls whether the name of the field is displayed. You need to drag your fields above the "hidden" mark: dl.dropbox.com/u/3093436/userfields.png – Tommi Forsström Mar 21 '12 at 20:31
  • So in the image I posted only the "about" field is visible, because it's above the "hidden" mark. You can make a field (like "real name" in my pic) visible by either dragging with arrows on the left hand side or by changing the format dropdown to something other than "hidden". – Tommi Forsström Mar 21 '12 at 20:34
  • tommi, they are not under the hidden mark. drupal slaps me in the face yet again.. – chlong Mar 21 '12 at 20:34
  • Have you edited the template for the user page? – Tommi Forsström Mar 21 '12 at 20:36
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A very belated reply that might help someone else.

I had a similar problem where I was going to populate the fields from another source and so the user wasn't to be allowed to edit them. I could see the fields as an administrator but not as the user.

The cause in this case was that the fields would only display if they had data in them. Adding data as an administrator made them visible (but read-only).

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