Menu Bar & Home Screen¶
Viewing the header¶
The header is the top section of the screen. Here are its components:
NEMO/ELMO Logo. Return to the dashboard for the current mission.
Mission Dropdown. Change to a different mission.
Admin Mode (Admins only). Manage standard forms, manage users, create missions, and change system-wide settings.
Edit profile. Shows your username and role. Click to edit your profile.
Log Out. Securely end your session.
Submit. Select and fill out a published form. See Web Submission for details.
Responses. View submitted data.
Reports. Generate and view reports. See Reporting and Data Analysis for details.
Forms. Create, edit, and import Forms.
Questions. Create, edit, and import Questions.
Option Sets. Create, edit, and import Option Sets.
Users. Manage the users in the mission. See User Management for details.
Broadcasts. Send bulk messages to users. See Broadcast Messages Messages for details.
SMS. View a log of incoming and outgoing SMSes. See SMS Submission for details.
Settings. Change mission settings. See Settings for details.
This is the version that admins will see in Admin Mode:
There are only two new components:
The Exit Admin Mode icon. Click this to exit admin mode.
The Missions menu. Click this to go to the missions page, where you can create a new mission and see all missions that have already been created.
Viewing the footer¶
The footer is the bottom section of the screen. Here are its components:
Click Change Language to reveal a list of all languages available.
The time zone the user has selected. This can be changed on the settings page.
The outgoing SMS provider for the current mission (not shown in Admin mode). See Settings.
The current version number of NEMO/ELMO.
Click on About NEMO/ELMO to learn more about the software.
Multilingual support is increasing through volunteer efforts. Right-to-left and left-to-right languages are both supported. When building forms, question and option names can be defined in any language in the ISO 639-2 standard.
Viewing the dashboard¶
The dashboard is the home screen for a mission. It gives an overview of collected data, including:
A listing of the latest responses to arrive.
A map of response locations.
Overview statistics on response activity.
A custom report created with NEMO/ELMO’s Report system.
The report with the most views will be initially selected in the dashboard. You can change the selected report using the dropdown menu.