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.
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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.
Create and share a crowdsourcing survey for disaster management using collection links and a reviewer’s section
In this guide, we design a form for a simple crowdsourcing survey to collect information from the public about damaged entities in an affected area. We also use a Reviewer’s section, only be visible to the disaster management team, to help prioritization.
Respond to an IDP crisis with site assessments, NFI distributions, and voucher faires.
Template for a household-level survey to calculate key WASH indicators
Crowd source damage reports from a natural disasters with support for triaging, prioritizing and assigning reports.
Simple Who's Doing What Where (3W) template identify the actors that are responding to a humanitarian situation, the sectors they are working in, and where.
Collect periodic updates from multiple partners working together on a single programme
Track project indicators across tens or hundreds of projects globally.
Download all collected media at once. Export multiple attachments in a .zip file.
In this guide, we design a simple Post Training Evaluation Survey and use Collection links to collect anonymous responses from multiple respondents. We then take a look at how this data can be viewed and analyzed in real-time to support evidence-based decision making.
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.
In this article, we explore how you can use ActivityInfo and maps to assess sites and plan an intervention before going out in the field. Such an exercise can provide you with insights about the situation in the field. For example, you can investigate whether a site can be easily accessed thanks to existing infrastructure using a Street and a Satellite basemap or check if it is located in an urban area or in a less densely populated location using a Population Density Map.
In this guide, we take a look at how you can create a form to host an indexable inventory for your qualitative content in ActivityInfo. You can create a database, a folder or a form to collect and store various qualitative data such as user stories, transcripts, images, recordings, case studies or any other resource that has to do with your research and activities. You can also design your form in such a way that all your content is indexed and easily found based on the criteria you select.