RaidTeam.info is a tool to help World of Warcraft players track and organize information about their raid team.
Some of the things you can track with a free account:
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This week has been pretty big! RaidTeam has gone from around 400 users to over 1,200 users! Between those users, there are 696 raid teams being tracked, for a total of 10,382 raiders! Whoa!
I've done some work to balance the load, but if you notice your team hasn't updated in over 24 hours, please contact me.The notable updates this week are:
This week I've added several new features related to guilds and team management, as well as several layout updates across the website.
Today's update brings several new features, along with a number of smaller improvements and updates across the website.
Apparently someone on my IP block liked to send spam emails and got our whole IP range banned from several providers, such as Hotmail, Yahoo, etc.
I have started sending emails using SendGrid,
and while they will probably go into your spam folder until the spam verification process is complete,
you will actually get the emails instead of them being outright rejected.
Anyone who has created an account, but hasn't been able to activate it yet, please use the password reset page to send a password reset email, which will also confirm your email address.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
Thanks for checking out RaidTeam.info! The alpha version is now live, and you can now sign up and start tracking your raid team.
Please note that this alpha version is still under heavy development, and although we will do our best, we cannot guarantee the availability of the service or that there won't be a cataclysmic disaster resulting in a loss of data.
If you encounter any bugs, or have any questions or suggestions, please contact us by selecting "Submit feedback" from the account dropdown. Alternatively, you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.