Not a problem!
Strange that I moved my response to here also, but it doesn’t appear.
Anyway, yes, the Profile page has more importance than people suspect. I tend to update mine once or twice a year. Things change, hopefully for the better, but nonetheless there is change. I think what’s important is to periodically look back and compare that to the current situation. Many times we don’t see progress. It’s like living with kids versus seeing them once a year. Only when the contact is infrequent do we fully understand the changes that have taken place. But, often when we do notice change, it is surprising.
The reason I mentioned searching the database is that many trans people live in isolation. That’s a sad thing because having a sense of community is such a powerful thing. There is strength in numbers and it’s a reminder that there others like us. That will always be a positive experience and tends to have a good influence on our mental health.