On the activity tab on your profile on meta, it shows you the next tag badge that you'll earn - mine says it's a bronze badge.

Why not do this on the main site, too? That way I won't have to go count how many answers I have, and what the score is, etc. It would just be there, on my profile.

  • FYI, when you choose to track a tag badge, your progress towards that badge becomes visible to all site users (although the popup window where you can see progress towards all your badges is visible only to yourself).
    – Rand al'Thor Mod
    Feb 3, 2016 at 14:57
  • @randal'thor fine.
    – Mithical
    Feb 3, 2016 at 15:16

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You can already do this.

The only reason it doesn't come up automatically is because you don't yet have all the rep-based privileges. I'll show you how to do this based on screenshots from my account on a site where I don't have all the privileges.

First, go to the box in the top left of your Activity page and click the little wheel to change from tracking a privilege to tracking a tag badge:

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Once you've set it to track a tag badge instead of a privilege, you can then choose which tag badge to track by clicking the other little wheel on the left:

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You'll then get a popup window with all the possible tag badges you can track. Have fun!

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