User Manual

The DIGIT HCM comes up with an out-of-the-box dashboard that helps the supervisors who manage the campaign to view real-time campaign indicators such as coverage that helps in making data-driven decisions.

Key Features

  • Download charts in PDF or JPG format.

  • Share charts via WhatsApp or email.

  • A diverse range of charts and graphs for visualising key metrics.

  • Drill-down functionality for detailed data examination.

  • Multi-language support.

  • Geographic boundary-based heat maps.

  • View data across multiple campaigns via a single dashboard.

  • Geo-coordinate map to view delivery data at the household level.

  • Restrict data access based on user hierarchy.

  • Tab navigation across modules.

  • Predictive charts to forecast campaign extensions and stock availability.

  • Custom Excel reports for in-depth analysis.

  • Filter and sort tables.

  • Vewi data for custom date ranges or specific campaign cycles.

User Roles

The dashboard data will be tailored according to the user's hierarchical boundary, ensuring access is aligned with their operational scope. For instance, a national supervisor will oversee campaign operations nationwide, while a district supervisor will solely access data within their designated district, without visibility into other districts.

Using the Dashboard

To access the dashboard, open your browser and enter the URL [ ]. Log in with your credentials and click on submit.

After logging in, you will land on a page listing all campaign dashboards. This page also includes About and FAQ sections, and a link for downloading custom Excel reports.

To view a specific campaign's dashboard, click on the campaign name.

National Level View

If you are a national-level supervisor, the initial page you see is a national-level view. Here, you can monitor the campaign's progress across various sub-national boundaries, including aggregates of households, population, and service deliveries.

To navigate to a sub-national level dashboard, click on the โ€˜View Dashboardโ€™ button next to the sub-national boundary name.


The dashboard is divided into several tabs based on campaign modules: Registration & Delivery, Inventory, Complaints, and Supervision.

  • Registration & Delivery module: Displays indicators related to registration, including coverage metrics and charts for households, population, and service delivery.

  • Complaints module: Shows the status of various complaints, types, resolution times, and details of each complaint.

  • Inventory module: Provides insights into stock status across all warehouses and predicts stock-out scenarios.

  • Supervision module: Evaluates supervisors' performance in monitoring campaigns using checklists.


  • Date Filters: Each page has filters to view data for a specific date range, today's data, or cumulative data since the campaign's start.

  • Campaign Progress: A progression line at the top displays the number of days since the campaign began.

  • Data Completeness: The sync rate chart indicates how many users have synced data so far.

  • Drill-Down Charts: Double-click on any bar to drill down to sub-boundaries, continuing until the lowest level (e.g., a village). To return to the previous view, click the 'x' button.

  • Toggle Chart Views: Switch between percentage and absolute values by clicking toggle buttons.

  • Prediction Line Chart: Estimates how many more days are needed to reach target coverage based on current service delivery rates.

  • Sortable Tables: Summary tables can be sorted by column in ascending/descending order or alphabetically.

  • Download Options: Each chart can be downloaded as a PDF or JPG by clicking the kebab button. Charts can also be shared via WhatsApp or email. Tabular charts can be downloaded as Excel files.

  • Brush Component: Use the brush component below bar charts to expand or contract the view to see all represented boundaries.

  • Heat Maps: Monitor campaign progression by boundary through interactive, drill-down heat maps.

  • Geocoordinate maps: To view each household-level service delivery data.