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You can view the Records added to all Subforms together instead of the default view where view the Records of each Subform separately.
Coordinate case management for Protection, Child Protection and Gender-Based Violence cases.
Manage data related to a Rapid Response. Collect alert reports, run and monitor interventions and conduct an evaluation and a post-intervention follow up.
In this list, you can find various tips for form and database design in ActivityInfo which can help you design a robust system to track progress and capture consistent, accurate, and complete data.
Learn more about Notebooks and their components.
In this guide, we create a Notebook that contains various pivot tables and maps to show overviews and drill-downs for the various activities run by the organizations included in the 3W.
Users can collect data using their mobile devices when they are in the field and view them on the Table View both on desktop and on the mobile device.
When you add a Report for your analysis (Pivot Table, Bar Chart, Map) you can move from Single View to Notebook view and vice versa.
Create coherent narrative structures by combining tables, maps and texts with Notebooks.
Manage data related to training sessions. Measure beneficiary outreach, collecting participants lists, run a post training evaluation survey and create an inventory of all the qualitative material related to the training.
In this guide, we will create a simple database to measure the number of beneficiaries we reached with our income generation training activities. We will disaggregate this number based on gender (male, female, other) and refugee status (refugee, non refugee).
Leave a database to which you have been invited.
Removing a user from an database in ActivityInfo.
Download all collected media at once. Export multiple attachments in a .zip file.
Using Collection links to collect data from audiences outside ActivityInfo.
You can close the Collection link whenever needed to prevent new Records from being added to the Form.
View the last time that a record was edited in data entry in ActivityInfo.
Editing multiple records in data entry.
The Query API gives you control over how an ActivityInfo form is transformed into table for Power BI. Learn more about it.
When you make a database available offline, you can check how much space is left on your device.
If you do not provide credentials when first prompted, or if you enter incorrect credentials you need to updated your credentials in Power BI.
Share a dashboard publicly or privately by publishing to Power BI online.
Users who have not been assigned the permission 'Edit 'Reviewer only' fields', won't be able to view the field in the data entry page.However, all users will see the field in Table View, in Reports, in Print View, and in the Details tab.
How to make a field available to review.
How to duplicate an existing database and the forms structure in ActivityInfo.