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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 to ...
  2. Formatting Text

    DevResults enables you to format text in narrative fields using a system called Markdown. Markdown uses simple characters to create emphasis, lists, headers, links, and images. If you use forms to generate reports from DevResults, the exported Wor...
  3. Pito Reports

    In DevResults, you can review all data collected on your site and create spreadsheet reports with a wide range of layout options and filter criteria. This tool works like pivot tables in Excel, allowing you to aggregate, organize, and display your i...
  4. Assign a Geography to an Activity

    In this page: Assign Geographies to Activity Advanced Geography Settings Assign Geographies to Activity DevResults tracks two types of geographies : Locations (specific points on a map with GPS coordinates such as hospitals, schools...
  5. Indicator Data Sources

    Indicators measure progress toward objectives. This page describes the three sources for an indicator's results in DevResults.  Direct Entry : for entering numbers each reporting period (e.g. once per quarter, per year, etc.) Strengt...
  6. Permissions Overview

    DevResults manages access using permissions groups. In plain English: Users are assigned to a single group. A group is defined with an access level for each part of the site. This makes it easy to see a user's permission and to update permi...
  7. Enter 'Data Table' Data

    On this page: Add new information to data tables (online) Add new information to data table (via Excel) Update information in data table (via Excel) Managing very large data tables (over 50,000 rows) Add new information to data tabl...
  8. 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 ha...
  9. Define a dashboard

    When you log in to DevResults, the first page you see is your dashboard. Each user can design their dashboard to show information relevant to them. Dashboards are edited by editing, arranging, resizing, adding, and removing tiles. On this page:&nbs...
  10. Manage Users

    DevResults offers several tools for managing users: Add a new user Change a user's permission group (or other information) Add or edit multiple users using an Excel upload Edit multiple users from the user index Assign pass...