Gamer Goals Completely Revamped By Rich Stone, 31 Mar 2015 CommentsUPDATE: Several people asked in the comments below for Genre based goals. We have now made a way for you to set a Site Leaderboard Value goal which effectively accomplishes this. For example, if you wanted to set a goal for 20,000 GamerScore in all Shooters, go to that Site Leaderboard, track yourself in it, and then create a new Site Leaderboard Value goal with a Target of 20,000. You'll get your progress tracked towards this every day!Original StoryGamer Goals have long been a favourite feature on TrueAchievements, with well over 100,000 of them being set by our users over the last few years (and over 75% of them being achieved!).However, it has been a feature of the site that's not really been touched for a while, so we thought it was time we gave it a bit of an overhaul and bring in lots of new options...To create a new Goal, go to your My Goals page from your menu or just click on the Goals tab on your homepage.You'll see a new Create Goal button that takes you to the all-new Create New Goal pageThe first thing to do is to choose the Goal Type - is it a personal target or a competitive goal?Choose the Goal TypeIf you choose to make it a competitive goal, you'll need to enter the GamerTag of the gamer you want to challenge or overtake:Type the name of the Gamer you want to challengeTo make it easier, you'll see your friends appear at the top of the list as you type the GamerTag.Next, you'll need to choose the Statistic. There's a whole lot to choose from:Choose from every kind of Statistic• TrueAchievement Score• GamerScore• TrueAchievement Ratio• Achievements Won• Challenges Won• Completed Games• Games Played• Site Leaderboard Position (Personal target only)• Complete Specific Game • Win Specific Achievement• Achievement Streak Days (Personal target only)If you choose a score based target, you can now additionally choose a Platform for the target should you wish to:You can now choose a specific PlatformAs you select a Platform, you'll see your score and your competitors score (if you've chosen one):Compare your scores with your rivalIf you've chosen a specific game to complete or achievement to earn, you'll need to choose the appropriate items - again you just type in the name and matches will appear.Game race challengeIf you've chosen a Site Leaderboard Position goal, you'll need to choose the particular site leaderboard you are targeting - and this must be one you already tracked on.Target reaching a specific leaderboard positionFinally, you can choose a specific date to reach your target or leave them open-ended:Set a target date if you want to, or leave them open-endedOnce you're happy with everything, click on Create Goal:Setting goals is now much easierThis will add the item to your feed, and also create the goal on your Goals page:Goals show up on your friend feedGoal progress is shown on the My Goals page. Game races will show both your and your competitors game progress, and if you choose to earn a specific achievement that has Xbox One progress tracking, we'll show that too!Progress information appears on you Goals tabAnother new feature is that the gamer you challenge will now receive a notification of your goal, and if they accept it will also appear on their homepage and Goals page. If not, they won't see it on their pages but you can continue to track your progress on yours.Note: Regular registered users can have up to 3 active goals at any time, while Pro Account holders can have up to 100!We hope you enjoy these new features, we've had a lot of fun writing and testing them.Community News Written by Rich StoneCreator of TrueAchievements, TrueTrophies and TrueSteamAchievements. Writes site news and still finds time for the odd game here and there. Loves Racing games and Shooters, yet to be convinced that any RPG is worth the time investment!