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Graph showing age of credit history over time?
CreditKarma used to have a graph where you could see how the age of your credit history changed over time. For example maybe your average account age is 5 years 6 months this month, last month it was 5 years 5 months, and the month before it was 7 years (i.e. you must have opened a new account last month, bringing down your average account age).

This doesn't appear to exist anymore, unless I'm mistaken. I thought it was helpful you should bring it back!

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I wish there was an easy way to view the historical data of your credit score. There used to be such a graph right in the front page.. but then they moved to the circles.. it was inside by the score if you click on it. But now it's completely gone? I loved that thing.. it was a good way to see how you've grown in the past year.. where did it go, and can cc bring it back to be easier to use?

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