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 ...
We don't create meta profiles for users until they actually go to meta. So, if you've never visited, you'll not have a link to the profile, since it doesn't exist!
Once you visit (assuming you're logged in), it should always be there.
Similar question was asked previously on our main meta site.
To blatantly steal a post from @Shog9 over on Meta.SE...
The "last seen" date is only updated every n minutes, where n was 15 [after] the last time I bothered to check.
So when this time is recorded, it won't be updated again for at least another 15 minutes, no matter how many times the user accesses the site during this period.
If I post a ...
In the first instance the appropriate course of action is to attract the attention of a moderator (check). They would then tell you that a quick look at your "all actions" tab shows that you failed to check in to the site on the 25th June, the 21st June and between the 2nd and 8th of June.
This may (as @phantom42 has pointed out) be due to the fact that the ...
This was a fun problem, made more fun by the nature of it. It was a problem with the time epoch calculation used in the AJAX request that fetches the post data underneath. The interesting bit is that UTC users (included Oded!) weren't affected by it because their time offset matched.
A fix for all other users will roll out in the next build, it's just a ...
It doesn’t appear to be on the site-specific profiles, but it can still be found.
I’ve checked the new profile page pretty thoroughly, and I can’t find it.
(I know I’ve not done anything to hide my age, and I know hold old I am. If I can’t find that string on the page it’s probably not there.)
But every page has a link to a “network profile”, which ...
Allegedly it's because our site has funky custom CSS and any attempt to do anything clever results in the whole site falling over in a quite embarrassing way.
I've raised this on several occasions and the answer is that we get the usual "we're working on it and it'll happen in a few weeks messages back.
Note that we're not the only site in this position. ...
There are a few of these on Meta.SE, including Offensive profiles - where to draw the line?; quoting Tim Post's answer there:
To be clear, we give people as much latitude as possible when it comes to their avatar and profile page. It's all about them, and we try to let them just be themselves.
When a profile page or avatar has, or is likely to create ...
It looks like his thumbnail gravatar icon is just messed up.
However, the small/medium/large alternatives look fine:
Probably just needs to update the ...