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I used to get a differnet look when I logged in, how do i go back to that format?
Would like to see my info displayed in the old format, not this new one. When I log into my sister's account, she still has the old display, but I can't figure out how to change it or even how to get in contact with Credit Karma.

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Formatting updates

Credit Karma does go through periodic format updates.  Recently they seem to have consolidated their "Credit Reports" and "Credit Details" tabs into one "Score Details" function.  I don't like it at all either.  It has less information (they eliminated much of the historical data plot graphs they used to track prior to about 6 months or so, for example) and is more like their app.

Similar to the changes they implemented when they added Equifax reports a few years ago, this happens on web sites all the time.

@jwsister I don't know what you are referring to but the formatting has changed significantly over the past 5 years.

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I've been here 5 years and this is the format I've seen from  the beginning.

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