A Tally Profile Page lets other people see your identity on Tally, either to delegate to you or to understand your perspective in your DAOs. You can update your Profile Page via Settings:
Once you've signed in to Tally, you can access Settings by:
Settings from the drop-down at the top-right corner of Tally...
...or by clicking
Settings on your Profile Page.
The information you enter in Settings is public to everyone by default. The data on the Profile Page is a mix of on-chain data and off-chain data. Editing your Profile Page adds off-chain data to the on-chain data for your address. In some cases, it overrides the on-chain data (e.g. your Tally name and avatar override your address’s ENS name and avatar, if any).
From Settings, you can update your profile information:
- Click on the profile image to upload a photo.
- Click the pencil icon next to your display name to update it.
Click the pencil icon below
About me to add a personal description.
Link Your Twitter Account
You can also link your Twitter account to your Tally profile:
Settings, in the
Social accounts section, select
If you're not currently logged in to your Twitter account, follow the prompts to sign in. Then select
Tweet to verify the link:
You'll now see your verified Twitter account in the
Social accounts section, and a badge on your profile image!