Project Admin

Learn how to maximize your effectiveness with project structures including locations, surveys, and members.

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Ideas to Track Workflow

Wildnote does not yet provide a workflow feature, but we do have some suggestions to help you track the progress of surveys and projects.
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Project Design Considerations

Considering the stakeholders and end requirements will help you design a successful project.
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How to Set Up a Wetland Project

Follow these steps to create a wetland project using the USACE Wetland Determination Data Forms for your region.
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Create a Project

Get started with a new project by defining project information, entering locations, creating surveys, and assigning member roles.
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Organize Work by Project

Each project is defined by its surveys, members and roles, location list, and photo collection.
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Invite a Team Member to your Company Projects

Invite a new user to your company assign the new member roles to projects.
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Manage Project Member Roles

Link team members to projects and and assign roles for collecting data, running reports, and creating survey forms.
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Utilize the Power of Project Locations

Locations are like super lists that are available and common to all surveys within a project.
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Access all Photos in the Gallery

View, download, rename, and sync all your visual media for a project.
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