Yeah, definitely. I’ll make this message a wiki if you want to help with the rearranging! A pretty deep reorganization is called for. We have user/account settings, goal settings (confusingly split between basic and advanced and reminders and supporters), and settings like pledge level and road dial that are available only on the graph page itself.
global callback url
premium: exquisitely fair slider, etc
beemail setting (daily, weekly, etc)
bot reminders (fwomp)
new password / verify new password
payment: card on file
pending/paid pledges (accessible from Your Account menu or link from Payment tab)
use a different card
profile picture: currently only available by linking to gravatar
services: list of oauth and autodata services you’ve authorized
title (string; like a longer version of slug with spaces allowed)
Instead of separate tabs, have collapsible sections. It’s really nice to be able to grep (aka “control-f”) for things on the page.
I really like the partitioning of “play with these to your heart’s delight” vs “we probably know better than you how these should be set”. The latter are like Chesterton’s Fences – don’t change them unless you understand why we chose the defaults we did.
That (#2) was kind of the idea with Basic vs Terrifyingly Advanced, but, as @insti points out, there are miscategorized settings. I’m thinking the settings page could have all the sections for Basic settings expanded by default and collapsed for Advanced, but easy to expand everything so you can grep.