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  1. Report 'Direct Entry' Data via Excel (Partners)

    There are two ways to enter indicator results: Using an Excel template (as shown on this page) Entering data online Mix and match data entry:  You can use a combination of entering data online or in an Excel template. For example, you...
  2. Report 'Direct Entry' Data Online (Partners)

    There are two ways to enter indicator results: Entering data online (as shown on this page) Using an Excel template Mix and match data entry:  You can use a combination of entering data online or in an Excel template. For example, you...
  3. Visualizations: Targets and Actuals Graph

    The Targets and Actuals Graph is a time series visualization designed to display indicator actuals and targets over time. It's the most complex indicator visualization we offer. We affectionately call it TAAG . For other visualizations, check...
  4. Targets

    Indicator targets are set on the indicator's Targets & Data tab. You can set indicator targets for your whole portfolio globally (across all activities), per activity, or both. For all targets, we recommend using a date that corresponds t...
  5. Why does my data table indicator have no data?

    When setting up a new data table indicator, it's quite common to see "No data..." messages on the Data or Reports tab, even when the linked data table has many rows of data. Even if data appears, you may not see all of the data you exp...
  6. How are Activities Linked to Data Tables?

    Context When a data table is 'linked' to an activity, it appears in the data table dropdown menu for an activity's reporting period. This allows the activity to report information in the table. Data Structure Data tables are explici...
  7. Calendar

    DevResults has a basic event and calendar function. Users may: Add events to an activity event table Add events directly to the global Calendar View events in the global Calendar View events in Timeline Please note:  While the ...
  8. Form Templates: Activity

    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 provid...
  9. Making Screenshots

    Whether you're submitting a help ticket, preparing a training slide deck, or just sending an email, creating a good screenshot (or 'screengrab', or 'screen capture') is a useful and critical skill to learn. Below are several diff...
  10. Data Submission & Approval Process

    DevResults has a built-in submission and approval process for each reporting period, for each activity. Each of an activity's reporting periods will move through five statuses: No Data:  This is the initial status for each reporting pe...