Entering, Viewing, and Sharing Information

Your one-stop shop for how to enter data into DevResults and get data out of DevResults: entering direct entry and data table data online or via upload, running indicator performance reports in Pito, creating and using Forms to extract information into Microsoft Word document templates, and using the Dashboard and Widgets.

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Who is notified when data is submitted, returned, or approved
These are two key questions all new users have around the reporting process in DevResults. For a given activity and a given reporting period, the system automatically sends out system notifications/emails when these events occur: A partner or use...
Formatting Text
You can format text in DevResults using Markdown. Markdown uses simple characters to create headers, emphasis, lists, links, and images.  The places in DevResults where you can use Markdown include:  Activity overview pages Indicator d...
Visualizations: Targets and Actuals Graph
DevResults has 3 main types of Indicator Visualizations: Graph (Targets and Actuals Graph) Map (Choropleth Map) Pie (Pie Chart) The Targets and Actuals Graph is a time series graph designed to display indicator actuals and targets over time. I...
Visualizations: Pie Chart
DevResults has 3 main types of Indicator Visualizations: Graph (Targets and Actuals Graph) Map (Choropleth Map) Pie (Pie Chart) The Pie Chart produces a pie or donut-shaped graph that displays a single reporting period's data. Great For ...
Visualizations: Choropleth Map
DevResults has 3 main types of Indicator Visualizations: Graph (Targets and Actuals Graph) Map (Choropleth Map) Pie (Pie Chart) The Map produces a Choropleth Map that displays a single reporting period's data. Choropleth Maps shade areas b...
Dates in Excel
Having trouble with dates? Excel stores dates behind the scenes as the number of days since 1 Jan 1900. For example, 31 Dec 2020 is 44196. DevResults is only capable of reading that number or producing that number. It doesn't matter how your d...