Welcome to the Guided Tour: Learn how to use WebMo
Welcome to this guided tour through your new WebMo! The goal of this guided tour is to show you how you enter your data into WebMo. We will explain it to you step-by-step the structure of WebMo and how to use it.
- 1 Welcome to the Guided Tour: Learn how to use WebMo
- 2 Starting page and Add project
- 3 Project form
- 4 Edit and Save
- 5 Project sheet
- 6 Logframe sheet
- 7 Activity timeline
- 8 Reporting
- 9 Maintenance
- 10 Documents
- 11 Wiki = Collaboration
- 12 Further Information: Help Section
Starting page and Add project
If you just logged in to your WebMo for the first time you will see a welcome screen. To get started, simply click on the "Add project" button to create your first project.
In general, WebMo is really easy to handle: "Edit & Save". If you want to add anything, simply click on add or edit, fill in the information and then click on save.
Now you can enter your project information. All the fields marked with a red asterisk are mandatory. So, just enter your data and text and click on save.
Edit and Save
If you want to update, modify or add anything else, just click on the "edit" button located at the top right of your screen, and after you're done, click on save.
Now you have created your project. The blue tabs on top help you to navigate through your project. The first tab is the project sheet with information on the overall project and key project data, the the second tab gives you an overview of the progress, which is mainly filled out automatically with the entries you made in the other tab. Only the qualitative assessment gives you the opportunity to describe your progress manually.
1. Project key data
- Project Picture
- Short name
- Staring and end date
- Project number
- Team leader
- Implementing Partners
- Internet Resources
- SDG Tagging and Impact SDG
- Percentage of progress and Current progress description
- Risks and assumptions
Logframe sheetOn the logframe tab you can add all the elements of your logframe. Start with adding objective indicators or outcomes. After adding an outcome you can attach indicators and outputs to it.
- Objectives and objective indicators
- Outcomes and indicators
- Outputs and indicators
On the output level you can attach activities and indicators to the output. Find all the details and the different indicator types that WebMo offers, here.
The activity tab shows all your activities in a timeline. For further information click on any activity to see its details.
Under the reporting tab you can download your logframe as a Word file or all your data as csv files, which can be opened in Excel.
On the maintenance tab you can see if certain data is missing in your logframe, if all the sheets are filled out and whether or not they are up to date. The maintenance tab will help you to maintain an updated monitoring system at all times, not only at the end of the year.
It answers three questions for you:
- Is your Logframe complete?
- Is important data missing?
- Is your data up to date?
It shows you which parts you have not filled out yet (Objective, Project description, Objective indicators). Furthermore, it lists all the outcomes without indicators and without outputs, as well as the outputs without indicators and activities.
For each level it shows you what data is missing and who is responsible for it.
Up to date
Indicators and activities not updated since 6 months
In WebMo you can attach documents to indicators, outcomes, outputs and activities. However, you can also upload documents directly to this section and assign them to the relevant elements of the logframe.
Wiki = Collaboration
You may have heard that WebMo is based on the open source software from Wikipedia. This means that with WebMo you have a fully functional wiki for collaboration tasks. Please check out our wiki video to learn how you and your team can benefit from working in a wiki. We also offer several customized tools for project management and collaboration.
Further Information: Help Section
- This was a quick run through WebMo.
- Check out this example of an introduction to WebMo.
- Check out the help section if you need further support.
- Find more detailed information on Logframe and Indicators.
- We hope you enjoy WebMo and that it supports your great work!