In the Surveys Linked to You panel, you can view surveys by seven different sorts or filters. See Figure 1.
Figure 1


Sorting and Filtering

  1. Last Record - Sorts surveys by last record uploaded, with the most recent at the top
  2. Last Edit - Sorts surveys by the last time there was a design edit, with the most recently edited at the top
  3. Surveys I Supervise - Filters surveys by those where you are the assigned Supervisor, sorted alphabetically by survey name
  4. Surveys I Fieldwork - Filters surveys by those where you have been assigned a Fieldworker, sorted alphabetically by survey name
  5. Live - Filters surveys by those with the Status of Live, sorted alphabetically by survey name
  6. Drafts - Filters surveys by those with the Status of Draft, sorted alphabetically by survey name
  7. Completed - Filters surveys by those with the Status of Draft, sorted alphabetically by survey name
  • In each of the tabs, beside the name of the sort or filter there is a number that shows the number of surveys in that view.


Surveys Linked to You Panel Information

You will find the following information about each survey.

  • Survey Name - Name of survey
  • Records in the last 24 hrs - Number of records uploaded for this survey in the last 24 hours. 
  • Records last 7 days - Number of records uploaded for this survey today
  • Records total - Number of records uploaded for this survey in total
  • Status - The current Status of the survey. You can change a survey's Status by clicking on the Status, selecting the desired Status and clicking Save.
  • Data - This will take you to the Data grid view. See Data grid view for features in this view
  • Map - This will take you to a page displaying a map of total records uploaded for the survey. See Map Functions in Map of record upload
  • Design - This will take you to the Create New Survey page where you can edit attributes for the survey. See Editing attributes of a survey
  • Charts - This will take you to a page with charts for responses to each of the questions in the survey. See mFieldwork Web data analysis