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    How to make privacy setting public?

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    game tab

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    Start dota 2 client.

    Go options>game>general>share match history.

    Turn it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankles View Post
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    Valve didn't communicate this change very well, some people don't even know it changed. Some do, but they think it is somewhere in your steam profile, not in actual ingame options.

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    I think this says a lot about Valve's terrible communication here. They didn't mention it in the blog post, they set it to Private by default, and they buried it in the changelog under UI - while the Calendar feature was listed at the top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolf View Post
    Valve didn't communicate this change very well, some people don't even know it changed. Some do, but they think it is somewhere in your steam profile, not in actual ingame options.
    Its the players choice whether they read the updates or not.
    "- Added a privacy setting in the UI so that players can specify whether they want to allow external 3rd party websites to be able to access their match history (defaulted to private)."
    Seems pretty clear to me. First thing I did was open settings in the UI and clicked the next tab cause obviously it wouldn't be in controls.

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