What the new UT website offers
- a map-based interface (limited number of track maps available)
- the ability to record which track you have done, with a simple mouse-click
- the ability to search for rare track entries yourself (including the facility to record favourites)
- the ability to limit displays to only track you are interested in
- a diary listing (usually covering the next 12 weeks) tailored to your own needs/wants
Benefits of the new website
- a map-based interface (limited selection available) with the ability to easily mark which track you have done
- rather than being presented with a list of rare track (with references to Quail that are repeatedly changing with each subsequent edition), you will - for certain areas - be able to click on a crossover or other section of a track on a diagram to bring up any associated rare moves.
- unlike the old system, the new system is not reliant on the time-consuming task of a person manually running scripts and physically looking for rare track opportunities.
- consequently, the information portrayed is always up to date, particularly the diary of upcoming rare track opportunities
- the information presented can be tailored to meet you own individual needs, so you are no longer faced with information that is of no interest to you
- DIY queries - the ability to search for rare track entries yourself and not be restricted to the pre-prepared scripts - useful if you have a commoner piece of track that is eluding you