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  1. Forgot Password: Get New Password

    Go to your DevResults site (something.devresults.com) and click the Reset password  button. You'll be sent an email with a new password. Once you log in, if you would like to change it to something easier to remember, see Change My Passw...
  2. Branding your Site

    You can configure a bit of the site as you see fit. To do so, you must be part of a group that has View & Edit privileges on Program Settings . Things you can change: Program Info : change the site organization and program name in the u...
  3. Add an Activity

    To add a new Activity in DevResults, click on the "Activities" menu at the top of every page. Click "+ New Activity". Note: If you cannot complete this function, then you do not have permission to add activities in DevRe...
  4. Indicators

    Indicators are used to measure whether intended objectives are being met. They need to be quantitative and meaningful. For more discussion on defining indicators, see our Indicator Guidebook . DevResults supports three basic types of indicators:...
  5. Add a Reporting Period

    To add a new Reporting Period, hover over the Results tab at the top of any screen and select Reporting Periods. This will open the Reporting Periods Index page. Click the + New Reporting Period button in the lower right: Note: If you ca...
  6. Change a Group's Permissions

    In DevResults, you can edit the permissions of whole user groups to specify which components a group of users can view, view & edit, or have no access to. Under the Administration menu, click on "Groups". Click on the group wh...
  7. Permissions Overview

    DevResults uses a role-based access control style of permissions. In plain English: You never assign permissions directly to an individual user You assign permissions to a group To give a user permissions, you assign a user to that group Th...
  8. Resolving Logic Checks

    Logic checks are basically safeguards created for specific indicators. For example, let's say you report two indicators (a numerator and denominator) used to calculate a percentage. A site administrator can define a logic check to do a compariso...
  9. Creating Logic Checks

    Logic checks allow you to flag indicator results that fail common-sense comparisons to other indicators or other disaggregations. You can design your own logic checks in DevResults based on your indicators and view any data that violates these r...
  10. Training Sites

    For every devresults.com site that we create, we also create a training site. This is a "sandbox" environment where you can try out new settings, changes, etc., without impacting your live site. Accessing your Training Site ...