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Gamification Resources

Create and use the gamification resources that you know, along with a few that might be new to you.

Create achievements that your players can earn. Assign points, attach rewards, and define the criteria that must be met to earn them. Once earned, your player is awarded a badge, points are automatically distributed, and you receive notification of the event.
Leaderboards provide ways to keep track of who is on top. Standard leaderboards automatically keep track of players' rankings according to the achievement points they have earned. Custom leaderboards allow you to track your players' scores however you decide.
Actions represent things that your players can do within your application or game. Actions are used together with criteria to define what must be done to earn an achievement. Player actions then are submitted to r4nkt whenever they are performed.
Players are your users. You report the actions they perform and r4nkt notifies you whenever those actions result in earning an achievement.
Badges are awarded to your players whenever an achievement is earned. If configured properly, you will be notified of this event so that you can inform your player and distribute any attached rewards.
These simple-yet-important resources allow you to define different ways to measure your players' activities. They can be reused in different ways in multiple criteria groups and across achievements.
Rewards are attached to achievements and give you another way to reward your players. They can be anything you like: award points to a custom leaderboard, fire off an order to Amazon for a gift card, send an email to someone in HR to hand-deliver a weekend getaway package. The possibilities are endless.
You submit player scores for custom leaderboards. Better scores are kept and rankings are automatically updated and maintained for various time spans: all time, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly.
Criteria Groups
A criteria group is a reusable collection of criteria that must be met in order for an achievement to be earned. They may contain individual criteria or even other nested criteria groups.