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  Assessors’ Dashboard

A dashboard is pre-populated with components that are specific to each personal login and can illustrate key metrics or facilitate action. My Dashboard shows up when you login. You can access the other areas of the website through the links at the top: Home, View Assessments, Reports, Login, Help, Add Assessments, and My Dashboard.

The Assessor’s dashboard contains two components:

  • My Incomplete Assessments
  • Edit my Profile

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My Incomplete Assessments
Any assessment that you have done that is not marked “complete” will automatically show up in this list. The assessment is incomplete if you saved it as a draft to finish on another day or while looking up some references in order to answer the questions. You can view the assessment by clicking on the scientific name, or you can edit your assessment by clicking the “Complete my assessment” link and continue to add information to the assessment. The assessment is complete when you have answered all the questions to the best of your knowledge, even if there are some questions that you are not able to answer. You then should check the box for “Mark my assessment as complete” and click the “Save Assessment” button.

If you have added an assessment by mistake, you can click the “Delete” link to delete the assessment. Note that this is not reversible, and a deleted assessment cannot be retrieved. It is usually better to edit an assessment rather than delete it.

Edit My Profile
Click on the green link to update your profile details such as contact information (email address, phone number, country of residence), your preferred default language and job information (job title, organization). You can also change your password and update your geographic areas of expertise, but please note that your username cannot be changed. After updating your details, click the “Save” button.

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