DevResults release notes
DevResults release notes

Add or edit users' organizations via bulk import




You can now add or edit organizational assignments with an Excel import on the user index page. This was previously prohibited out of an abundance of caution, but thanks to a permissions change we made last June, we can be a little more relaxed about it now.

Activity Performance tab now shows "apples and apples" comparison of targets and actuals


Bug Fix


We realized that some graphs on the Activity Performance tab were displaying incremental actuals with cumulative results. That is now fixed.

We also made it more explicit when both actuals and targets on this page were being displayed incrementally, cumulatively, or as averages.


Enterprise Hub


Brand New!


Administrators of enterprise sites can now audit linked items between sites in a central place! This is a brand new feature that gives users more control and visibility over their linked items.

Go to Administration > Enterprise to look at all activities, locations, administrative divisions, disaggregations, and indicators currently linked.


You can sort and filter these items using the left-hand side column, and you can search for specific items in the search bar.


You can learn more about our enterprise feature in our knowledge base.

Link locations between sites




Enterprise users can now link locations between multiple sites! This is yet another improvement we've made to how users can manage and publish data between sites.

To link locations, go to Program Info > Locations, and select the location you would like to link.


Click on Add linked location… in the Linked Locations section and select the correct location from the linked site and click Add Link


Data table indicator filter for "has no value" inconsistent on text fields - fixed!


Bug Fix


We've fixed an issue where the "has no value" filter would mistakenly filter out data table text fields that previously had a value that had since been deleted. Now whether the field has always been empty or is newly empty, it will register as "having no value" with regards to your indicator filters.

N.b. this only affected text fields where text was manually deleted in the user interface; text fields that were cleared out via import were not affected.

Change saved report owner




DevResults has enabled users to create and save reports. Now, you can change the ownership of a saved report, too. This makes it easy to transfer important reports to a new staff member if the original creator leaves your organization. The new owner can modify reports as needed.

Users who belong to a permission group with the owner role will see a Change owner option on the Saved Reports page. This allows the ownership of any report to be changed to any other user.

To do so, go to Data > Saved Reports. Select one or more reports and click Change owner. Then select a new owner and click Change.


You can read more about saved reports in our knowledge base.

Custom color palettes


Brand New!


New year, new feature: Custom color palettes. If you'd like to add one or more custom color palettes to your DevResults site for your indicator graphs or pie charts, just let us know and we'll make it happen on our end. For each custom palette, we'll just need your choice of 10 colors using their hex values.


Filter to indicators with no activities


Brand New!


You can now filter the indicator index to find indicators that aren't assigned to any activities (or to find the indicators that are).


Keep in mind that indicators can't be assigned to activities if they're defined as not reported per activity.

Multi-line text entry for data tables




"Other text" fields in data tables now support multi-line, word-wrapped text entry, and can be resized to appear as large or small as you'd like.


Other text-based fields like Unique IDs will remain single-line entry, as they usually don't extend beyond the width of the data entry form.

This should make data entry easier when you have lots to say!

Targets Import


Brand New!


We're excited to announce the release of a new feature: Targets Import! Previously, each target needed to be added online. Now, you can export an Excel template, fill it out, and import all of your targets with ease.

There are three options for importing targets:

1. To add targets for one indicator for one activity:

  • On an indicator's targets page, use the top right dropdown to select a single activity.
  • Click on the gear icon and download a blank template and fill it out.
  • Then use the Import option from the same menu to add the targets to your site.


2. To add targets for one indicator (global targets and/or activity targets for more than one activity):

  • On an indicator's targets page, use the top right dropdown to show results for all activities.
  • Click on the gear icon and download a blank template. Fill it out and leave the Activity column blank for global targets.
  • Then use the Import option from the same menu to add the targets to your site.


3. To add targets for multiple indicators

  • Go to Tools > Bulk Imports and find the Indicator Targets section. [Note: This page is currently only available to users who belong to permissions groups with the Owner role enabled.]
  • Use this template to add targets for multiple indicators at once. Leave the Activity column blank for global targets.