A No Man's Sky Social Exploration Experience
NMS tracker is an unofficial No Man's Sky website, I begun to be a big fan of this game the moment it was announced. This website was developed to help No Man's Sky players to keep track of information about planets they visit through their journey in the game's immense universe. This web app allows you to add planets to planets that you want to track and use tagging to describe each planet that you want to keep track on. For example, if a planet has water and there are some materials that you can get only in watery planets, you can tag that planet with the word 'water'. The next time you need to harvest resources on a watery planet, you can just search for this tag and find all the planets that you've previously tagged with that name. You can add many tags and do a search based on several tags. The app then will search planets that matched both tags at the same time, so yo can find the exact planet you are looking for.
You need to be a registed user to use this site. But don't worry, it takes just a few seconds. No Man's Sky tracker is a new web app and we intend to add more features in the upcoming weeks. Note: This site is in beta. We are not affiliated with Hello Games in any way. There are many cool features that I intend to add. Please don't forget to share this website with your friends, and most of all, have fun!
Latest explorer: Siegester, Welcome on board!
This are the key features currently available on No Man's Sky Tracker. We are continously working on new features and we will update you when those become available, here on this page.
The Tracker — Tracks planets that you visit and use tagging to remember the planet's distinctice attributes, including a screenshot image.
Personal Travel Log Page — a page visible to the public, where you can share discoveries that you mark as public. Other people can see your discoveries on a timeline, including comments and tags that you added. No Man's Sky players can comment on that page as well. The Travel Log page also includes your Top 10 latest favorite planets, those you mark with the 'Sticky' attribute. You can also share a text status that will appear at the top of your Travel Log page.
Live Discovery Page — is where everyone can check out the latest discoveries by NMS Tracker community members and get to see what No Man's Sky player are finding as the tavel through the NMS galaxy.
Follow ButtonNew! — with the new follow button, you can follow up to 50 players and view their latest discoveries right inside your Tracker dashboard page. I recommend checking the discovery live page to check out the latest discoveries and find new players to follow. You can also unfollow a player either on his profile page or from within the Tracker page.
Adding YouTube VideosNew! — you can now add a YouTube video by just pasting the URL in the info text field where you write the planet or post information and it will appear as a clickable video button and other players can view it in a popup window (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AVmI73va4g).
Name GeneratorNew! — A simple yet very useful tool that procedurally generate names that you can use to name your new disvoeries in No Man's Sky.
ChatNew! — A chat room where you can discuss everything related to the game and NMS Tracker website.
Search players by their UsernameNew! — You can now search for players by their username in the Live Discvoery Page. The search box is underneath the Discovery list at the bottom of the page Just start typing the name in the text box until your find the player's username and click his username to visit his public No Man's Sky journal page..
Many more features are on ther way!