As clearly shown in this forum thread an overwhelming majority of us would like a slightly bigger profile picture / avatar at the top of our Hubs. Many of us spent years establishing a brand image which, through the current tiny size of our avatars, can now no longer be recognised. Some of us have changed their avatars from portraits to symbols but many of us do not want to change our brand.
The suggestion / request / plea is to please enlarge the profile picture to 100x100px instead of the current 50x50px.
One thread for a suggestion is enough, Sue. Closing this thread to reply.
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