Here's the gist of using Auditmaker:

  1. Create an audit. From the Audits page, press the "New Audit" button. Initially, the audit is entitled "New Audit", but this can be changed by clicking the "Edit details" triangle under the title. Similarly, you can rename "Audit Section 1" to something more descriptive. A new audit starts with one section containing one question, but you can easily add more using the "Add Section" and "Add Question" buttons. Enter the text of your question, and some help information if you like. Choose the type of data you're looking for (date, text, number, single and multiple choice, and so on), and you can indicate whether there are bounds on the input, and whether the answer is mandatory, or has to be unique. Click "Save Audit" regularly to save the audit, and when you are done, click "Finished".
  2. Publish the audit. Find the audit you created in the list on the Audits page. Click on "Publish". It's now ready for data entry.
  3. Enter data. The Data page provides links to all your published audits. Select one, and proceed to enter some data in the form provided. When you're done, hit Save.
  4. Generate reports. The Reports page provides links to all your published audits. Select one, and proceed to the review of results and tabular reports for each question.

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