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Not sure if this is a duplicate question, How do I find out my all time best ranking? Since ranking move up and down, Is there a way to find out my all time best rank?
In case we do not have it, I suggest we take this as a request proposal and provide this feature for the users.

  • Go to the leagues page and type in your username to filter the users. You can basically then see your ranking. – HamZa Aug 28 '13 at 8:36
  • Does it give the all time best? May be my rank was #12344 last month and #827 last year. I want to know #827 was my best rank ever in SO. – kumar_m_kiran Aug 28 '13 at 8:38
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    @hamza that shows you your current rank (without even having to type your name in), but not the best rank you've ever achieved. – AakashM Aug 28 '13 at 8:38
  • Sorry my bad best rank ever splipped ... – HamZa Aug 28 '13 at 8:41
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    At 0:00 UTC one day, I was the top user on all of Stack Overflow for that day. Can you believe it!? – Cody Gray Aug 28 '13 at 8:45
  • Atleast it would indicate that you were the first user :) – kumar_m_kiran Aug 28 '13 at 8:46
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The weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly leagues keep a history; you can scan through all your rankings and your position in that week / month / quarter / year will be shown at the top. This lets you see historical rankings. Just use the « prev [period] and next [period] » links shown in the blue box:

previous and next year links

Your June 2013 ranking, for example, was #35283.

The overall league (all time ranking) does not have a history, you can only see your current rank.

If you really wanted to know, you could try to reconstruct historical overall rankings based on one of the per-period leagues. These do record total score per period; by the end of 2011 your total reputation was 440, for example. Take the reputation for all users in a historical period league ranking and you can calculate your overall ranking for that period yourself.

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