I'm reading the Authentication documentation and I've noticed that the /me/associated route returns fields like
reputation but not the
display_name, even specifying a custom
Once I get via
access_token, the first thing I would do is to get the list of accounts of the user; without the
display_name in the
/me/associated route, I'm forced to make another call to the /me route for each associated site, passing the
site parameter on the query string .
Is this by design?
Can we have the
display_name field in the
/me/associated route to save some API calls?