June 2nd '13:I just wanted to share the progress I have made so far on group tracking. The ability to create and edit groups is complete, including a way that the list admin can allow others to be able to edit the list. Today I finally found the time to add something that may serve as a bit of useful information; you can see the total gains of the people in your list for the three basic timeframes. More customizability of the timeframe will come in the future, as well as viewing by different skills and different ways of ordering the list. After that I will look at support for group-vs-group competitions and rankings!
April 18th '13:There is now a version of tracker user pages for Oldschool Runescape. The normal features that you are used to on user pages (current rank, records) will follow, as well as rank listing pages for Oldschool RS. Enjoy!
April 16th '13:The current experience and rank of a player is now displayed on their user page. Thanks to the users that suggested this! Also, there is now a white theme for the website too! It's not great, but it's something! We need someone with an eye for design; if you think you want to help send me an email!
April 15th '13:You asked for it, so here it is. RuneTracker now has a new color scheme! A lot of you were sick of the black background that we've been using for years and have been begging for different color schemes for the site. Well, why not? For now you can only switch between black and red, but I plan to release more themes as well as allowing people to tweak colors to their own preferences in the future!
Addendum: There is now a white theme as well! We need someone with an eye for design!
In other news, work is underway on Group Tracking support on RuneTracker. It will support 07 and EoC lists, private or public lists, as well as the ability to import clan lists from Runescape, RuneHead, or Rsclanbase. A large portion of the Group Tracking backend is already completed, and I expect that I will be able to have a public release of the initial feature set within a couple of months at the most.
As always, feel free to post and suggestions or bug reports on our bug tracker. Thanks for using RuneTracker!
March 26th '13:Hey everyone! There's a new page available on RuneTracker today that allows you to see the Top 5 players in all skills. You can also easily switch between monthly, weekly, and daily views. I hope that some people will find this useful or interesting! Suggestions are welcome!
I am going to try to advance the development of RuneTracker to get the features out to our users that we've been entertaining for years. Thanks for your continued support, and thanks for using RuneTracker!
There has been a frequently asked question that I would like to address here as well. Are we going to support 07 RS? Yes, we are already collecting tracker statistics for 07 players through commands on RuneScript, and we will be making this data available with a seperate frontend site and API. Thank you for your patience!
RuneTracker allows RuneScape players to track their progress over time, giving players an innovative way to track their progress in the game. Users can also compare themselves with others in our Top 42 and Record tables!
Data for this website comes from the RScript project. If you use RuneScript Stats Bot regularly, this website should have your data already. Otherwise, simply enter your name in the lookup box on the top of the page, and we'll get you started! Update your stats in our database by clicking any of the "Update Now!" buttons found on this site for your RuneScape name. The use of this website is completely free, and we encourage any suggestions or ideas for new features and updates; simply post on our bug tracker!
First time here? Tracking is simple! Simply look yourself up on the search bar above to get your user page. Simply check your page regularly and we'll update it once a day, or if you're impatient, simply press the "Check" button on your page!