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  1. Data Structures

    If you've gone through DevResults training, you know that all pieces of data in DevResults need to have four characteristics defined: Who What When Where It's easy to remember these words, but understanding the concepts they align t...
  2. Setup Instructions

    Overview DevResults sites are structured by sets of program information (like indicators and activities) and the relationships between those sets (like which activity reports on which indicators). The process of setting up a new DevResults si...
  3. Dashboard Tile: Geotagged Photos Map

    The Geotagged Photos Map tile allows you to display a map of photos on a dashboard. Interact with the map by: Clicking on a location or administrative division to see thumbnails of one or more photos associated with that place.  Using th...
  4. Define a Dashboard

    When you log in to DevResults, the first page you see is a dashboard. Each user can create and design as many dashboards as they'd like to show information relevant to them. Dashboards are edited by editing, arranging, resizing, adding, and re...
  5. Use Logic Checks

    On this page: What is a logic check? Create a logic check View warnings When do logic checks run? Do logic check warnings prevent submission of indicator data? How do I resolve a logic check? What is a logic check? Logic ...
  6. Form Templates: Reporting Periods

    The Forms tab in DevResults offers some basic tools to help you create reports in Microsoft Word (or PDFs). You can create form templates for activities, for a single reporting period/activity combination, and for indicators. This page provides ...
  7. Single Sign-On

    Many IT departments have configured some kind of Single Sign-On (SSO) for users to have a single set of credentials to access common applications. If you're looking to integrate DevResults more fully with your existing IT environment, you now ...
  8. Matrix

    Matrix is a powerful query tool for creating reports. Find Matrix in any indicator's reports tab.  The display section lets you choose how to slice, dice, and analyze your data. The filter section lets you choose a subset of your data to i...
  9. Who Has Access to Data Tables

    For all users, data table access is first determined by the user's permissions group. Two permission areas govern access to data tables, and each user group can defined with an option for each area: The Data Table Contributor permission ar...
  10. Change Your Password

    From any DevResults page, click on your picture (or default initials) in the top right corner. From the dropdown menu that appears, select Edit profile . On your profile page, click on the Send password reset link by email button.  C...