Select which forms to include in your search query
This screenshot shows how you can create a search query by selecting from any of the forms available on your community.
You can also limit the search scope from your entire community to a specific app or profile.
Filter by workflow stage or taxonomy term
This screenshot shows how you can select any workflow or taxonomy related to the forms in your search query. Once selected you can then filter the data by a specific workflow stage or taxonomy term(s)
Mapping fields from the data model to the report
This screen shows how you can select from any field available in the data model of your form(s) to include on a report. Once selected you can then specify the name that you want to use as the column header for that field on your report.
Adding tags and filters
This screenshot shows how you can add tags to your reports to help organise them. You can also select from available taxonomies to let users filter the report data.
This screenshot shows an example application dashboard. This page is entirely configurable. In this example there is a button to create a new project and then list of projects by workflow stage.
This screenshot shows a project profile. The header has general information about the project, including it's name, current workflow stage, date created, user that created it and buttons to join or leave the project and archive or delete it.
Below that is a summary of the overall workflow associated with the project. This can be expanded to see the full history (who took which action and when), the current stage (what actions should I take now) and the future (what is pending).
Form to capture project data
This screenshot shows a form linked to a project. Data from this form is saved to the project and linked to the overall project automatically.
This screenshot shows a list of taxonomies on a community. The administrator can open any taxonomy to edit or delete it.
Editing a taxonomy
This screenshot shows the taxonomy editor. Here you can add, edit or delete terms in your taxonomy. You can create multiple levels in a hierarchy. You can also assign generic names to each level.
Define how your search results look
This screenshot shows how you can select if the search results allow users to search within them, filter and sort them. It also allows you to specify how many results are shown.
The display area lets you select which fields from the data model are shown on the search results.
Search results on a page
This screenshot shows a search component displayed on a page. In this example the fields shown are the title, the workflow status and the date the project was created.
Screenshot showing matrix structure
This screenshot shows how a form can include a matrix to capture data across rows and columns. Fields in the matrix can be calculated from values entered in other fields.
Kwantu is a social enterprise working exclusively in the international and social development sectors. Our work focuses on challenges associated with performance, impact, effectiveness, accountability, citizen engagement, transparency and value for money. We work with NGOs, Governments and others that need software and associated consultancy to support their work in one or more of these areas. We were established in 2004 and have offices in Brighton (UK), Cape Town (South Africa) and Noida (India).