Stadia gamers now have a dedicated profile page featuring a number of the platform’s most useful features. To visit it, just click on your profile image at the top right of the website and click on the larger version of the image that pops up. Once there, you will see your username, status, games, and friends. Clicking on these games will allow you to see your trophies and completion and you can see your friend’s trophies too.
There’s also an ‘edit settings’ button that will allow you to change your platform privacy details and a share button to invite others to your profile page too. In addition, you can add or remove friends and report or block players all from one place. It’s nice to see that Google has included such a simple yet important feature within its first year. It would have been nice to have it from the get-go and it’s a bit odd to see that it didn’t exist prior, but it is what it is at this point. Profile pages are common across other gaming services like Steam and Playstation.
Unfortunately, Stadia is not yet offering vanity URLs, so you must click the share button or give out your direct username in order to show people your page. Those who aren’t founders will also need to include the number that comes after their name, so it’s not ideal. Here’s to hoping that instead of my profile URL being https://stadia.google.com/profile/16334648151553146083, I will one day be able to change it to https://stadia.google.com/profile/michaelperrigo, which is more human-readable.