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Evalart User FAQ

Preguntas Frecuentes Configuración y Personalización de la Cuenta

You can personalize the mail that is sent to the candidate by following the steps described below:

If the user is in the process configuration

  1. Click on the “edit mail” button in the “candidates” section.
    Make the desired customizations to the mail. Here, you can load saved templates, modify the format, and/or insert dynamic text.
  2. Save the changes with the “save” button.

Besides, you can open the preview of the mail and/or save it as a template to be used in other processes using the “save and preview” and “save template” buttons.

If the user is outside the process settings

  1. Expand the list of options for “selection processes” and select the option “process list”.
  2. Once in the list, access the configuration by clicking on the wrench button located to the right of the process whose mail you want to modify.
  3. Click on the “edit mail” button located to the right in the “candidates” section.
  4. Make the desired customizations to the mail. Here, the user can load saved templates, modify the format, and/or insert dynamic text.
  5. Save the changes with the “save” button.

Besides, you can open the preview of the mail and/or save it as a template to be used in other processes using the “save and preview” and “save template” buttons.

Evalart allows you to customize the background color and text color of the main menu, add a logo from the gallery, and modify the position of the logo. In addition, users can also customize the background color and text color of the test and report headers. To access the account customization, you must:

  1. Expand the list of options for the “user” menu located in the main menu and select the “account customization” option.
  2. If you already have a record created, click on the pencil button to the right of the record you wish to modify. If you do not have a record, create one by clicking the “new” button in the upper right corner to create a new personalization profile.
  3. Perform the desired customizations. Among the options available are uploading your company logo, changing the position of the logo, changing the background color of the main menu, and changing the background color on tests and reports.
  4. Save. NOTE: Only one customization profile can be created for all users of the account.

In addition, users can also customize result reports, emails sent to candidates, create user groups, and select who can access the processes.

You can add your company logo using the “account customization” option. There you can change the logo that appears in the administrator module menu, in the tests and in the reports, as well as other settings such as background and font colors. To do this, follow the steps described below:

  1. Expand the list of options for the “user” menu located in the main menu and select the “account customization” option.
    If you already have a record, click on the pencil button to the right of the record. If you do not already have a record, create one by clicking the “new” button in the upper right corner to create a new personalization profile.
  2. Go to the “logo” field, upload your company logo from the gallery or local files, adjust the position in the “logo position” field and, if desired, change the background color of the logo in the “proof: background color” field (this option will change only the background color of the header).
  3. Save your changes.

NOTE: To upload files from the Evalart gallery, they must be uploaded to the gallery before following the steps described below:

  1. In the main menu, expand the list of options for “configuration” and select “manage gallery”.
  2. Click on the “browse…” button to select an image from the local files.
  3. Locate the image file you wish to upload and select it.
  4. Click the “upload” button to finish uploading the image to the gallery.

Evalart offers its users two options of reports, one corresponds to a detailed report of the results of a test for a particular candidate and the other to a summary report with the results of all the tests of a person for a selection process; both are configurable. The user can configure and build their own reports from the “result report types” option and create a new report  or clone an existing one in order to modify it.

In the report configuration, the user will be able to add and remove sections, choose what information will be shown in the report, the format of the score, the type of font to be used, etc. To access this configuration, the user must:

  1. Expand the list of options for “configuration” located in the main menu, select the option “tests” and then the option “result report types”.
  2. In the “types of result report” section, the user will be able to choose one of the existing reports and modify it (for this it is necessary to clone it first, since the user does not have permissions to edit the reports belonging to the tests in the catalog) or create a new one by clicking on the “new” button.
  3. Add a description, a type of report (psychometric, test, summary or any) and the language.
  4. Save and access the process or test configuration (depending on whether the report is for the summary by process or for individual tests) to make the desired modifications.
    If the user wishes to apply their own report to a test in the catalog (which he cannot modify), they must indicate that the report replaces the report belonging to that test in the catalog. This allows the user to use their own reports on Evalart tests for which they do not have editing permissions.

To replace a report with another one, the user must:

  1. Go to the “replace this report” field.
  2. Expand the report list, locate the report you wish to replace and select it.
  3. Save.

This way the platform will show the report you are editing instead of the report selected in this field. When viewing a report on the platform it is also possible to directly access the report configuration from the menu in the upper right corner of the report on the screen (by entering this way the platform will automatically determine if it is necessary to clone the report and/or use the replace report option).

You can create user groups from the “manage user groups” option. There, the user can create groups and add users to them. To access this option, the user must:

  1. Expand the list of options for the “user” menu located in the main menu and select the option “manage user groups”.
  2. Click on the “new” button located in the upper right corner to create a new user group.
  3. Click on “users x user group”.
  4. Click the “new” button to add a new user to the group.
  5. Select the user ID and the group ID to which you want to add the user.
  6. Repeat the process with all the users you want to add to the group.
  7. Save.

User groups allow you to restrict the selection processes a user has access to, if desired.

Preguntas Frecuentes Procesos de Selección

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Selection Processes” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the option “Processes list”.
  3. When you enter the processes list, click on the wrench icon located to the right of the process you want to modify.
  4. When you access the configuration menu, you will be able to create a new candidate or choose an existing candidate.
    After you have added the candidates, click on the “Send” button. Invitations will only be sent to the added candidates, not to those who have already been invited.
  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Selection Processes” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the option “Processes list”.
  3. When you enter the process list, click on the key icon located to the right of the process you want to modify.
  4. Click on the “Choose Tests” option. By clicking on this option, a box with the test catalog will open.
  5. Mark the test(s) you wish to add.
  6. Click on the “Select” button.
  7. After adding the test(s) to the process, click on the option “Invite candidates”. The invitations will be sent to all candidates, but only with the link to the newly added test(s).

Yes, it is possible. Here are the steps to follow to assign a manual score:

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the option “View sent tests”.
  3. When you enter the list of tests, click on the pencil icon located to the right of the test whose score you wish to modify.
  4. Select the question you wish to modify in the “Details by question” section.
  5. Click on the pencil icon to the right of the score you wish to change.
  6. Replace the old score with the new one.
  7. Click on the “save” icon to save your changes.

If you want a candidate to repeat the same test because they reported a problem (such as running out of internet during the test), you can reset the test by following these steps:

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the option “View sent tests”.
  3. When you enter the list of tests, click on the lightning icon located to the right of the test you wish to reset. Clicking on the lightning icon will reset the test and the candidate will be able to retake the test using the same link as before.

An “expired” test indicates that the candidate ran out of time before completing the test and did not click the finish button. This may be because they closed their browser without clicking on finish when the platform indicated that time was up or that they left the test.

To force the calculation of an “expired” test score, the administrator must:

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the “View sent tests” option.
  3. Click on the check icon located to the right of the “expired” test.
  4. Clicking on the check icon will force the calculation of the test and you will be able to see the score. If you wish, you can also alternatively reset the test in case you want the candidate to take it again (for example, if it expired due to an internet connection problem or the candidate had to leave the test for external reasons).

Yes, it is possible. To define a deadline for testing a process, you must:

  1. In the process configuration, in the “Expires” section, place the date and time when the process will expire. After this, the links sent to the candidates will not work and a message will indicate that the test is no longer available.
  2. Click on the “Save” icon, located on the right.

After the date indicated, candidates will no longer be able to access the test.

Yes, this is possible by using the option to upload candidates via a CSV file. To upload candidates from a CSV file, you must:

  1. In the process settings, in the “Candidates” section, click on the option “Choose candidates”.
  2. When the box for selecting candidates appears, click on the “Upload CSV file” button.

Note:

To upload a CSV file, it must be separated by commas and have the following structure:

Column A -> Email, Column B -> First name, Column C -> Last name.

Example:

pedro@example, Pedro, Gomez

alfredo@mimail, Alfredo, Perez

3. Click on the “Upload” button, and select the file containing the candidates.
4. Make sure that all candidates are uploaded successfully.
5. Click on the “Select” button to save your changes.

The candidates will be available to add to your selection processes from the process settings, with the option to Choose Candidates.

Evalart implements various systems to prevent candidates from cheating. Although it is not possible to avoid all cases, several possible forms of cheating are detected and in case one of your candidates has a suspicious behavior, we will contact you to indicate the particular case.

We cannot make public the methods Evalart uses to detect fraud attempts as this would make it easier to avoid them, but we constantly evaluate and refine these measures.

Yes, it is possible to remove candidates from an ongoing selection process, but only if it does not have test instances created. To do so, you must:

  1. On the Evalart home page, select the option “Selection Processes”, located on the top menu.
  2. Click on “Processes list”.
  3. When you enter the process list, click on the key icon located to the right of the process you want to modify.
  4. When accessing the configuration menu, in the “Candidates” section, click on the “Options” button, located to the right of the candidate you wish to delete. The candidate is removed from the process, but not from the candidate database.
  5. Click on “Delete”.
  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top menu.
  2. Click on “Ranking of candidates by process”, to see the list with the ranking of each one of the candidates.
  3. Select the process whose candidate ranking you wish to see.

The report creates a score automatically based on an average of the tests answered by the candidate. The weight of each test can be modified from the process configuration by clicking on the option button for the test for which you want to change the weight.

If the score bar is grey, it is because the candidate has not yet answered all the tests.

It is also possible to assign a subjective score with a range of 1 to 5 stars, in which case the report will sort by that column (but it is possible to sort by any question by clicking on the header of the field you want to sort by).

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top menu.
  2. Click on “Process result summary”.
  3. Select the process whose process result summary you want to see.

The tabular report lists all candidates and the scores obtained on each test. By clicking on the score it is possible to view the detailed report for that test. By clicking on the magnifying glass it is possible to see the candidate’s file.

To see the score of a test that still indicates the state “in process”, you must force the calculation. To force the calculation, you must:

  1. On the Evalart home page, click on the “Reports” option, located on the top bar.
  2. Click on the option “View submitted tests”.
  3. Click on the check icon located to the right of the test “in progress”. Clicking on the check icon will force the calculation of the test and you will be able to see the score.

This can happen if the candidate closed the browser and did not click on finish. It is advisable to confirm with the candidate to know if they had any problem in which case it might be advisable to reset the test so that they can take it again.

By default it arrives to the mail of the user who sent the tests, but it is possible to configure a generic mail so that the answers to the mails arrive to this mail. To do this you must enter the menu User => Manage Account Options and enter the email in the Generic Email field. Then in the user configuration (User menu => Configure User) check the option “Use generic email” so that all emails with tests sent by this user when answered will arrive to the generic email configured in the account.

Only account users have access to the candidates’ information and the results of the candidates in the account, unless the “Show Score at the End” option is checked when setting up the process, which by default is always set to no. If the option “Show Score at the End” is checked, the candidate will be able to see their own test score at the end.

This is possible thanks to the “Execute Questionnaires” option. To access this option, you must:

  1. Go to the process configuration where the test you want to run is.
  2. Place the candidate in the process configuration panel, and click on the “options” button, located to the right of the candidate.
  3. Click on the “Execute Questionnaires” option.
  4. Click on the “play” icon, located to the left of the test you want to run.
  5. When the confirmation notice appears, check the information and click “accept”. You will be automatically logged out of the administrator module and the test will start, so that the candidate can take the test on that same computer.

Sometimes the test invitation mail may not reach the candidate (either by mistake when entering the mail or by going to the spam folder or simply some other problem).

The first step if a candidate indicates that they did not receive the mail is to check that the mail address is spelled correctly and that the mail did not go to the spam folder (in which case the candidate should be asked to mark the mail as spam). To forward the mail with the links to the tests to a candidate, go to the process configuration (go to the “Selection Processes” menu, select “Process List” and click on the process wrench where the candidate is). At the bottom right, where the candidates are listed, select the option “View/Send Tests” where you can resend the invitation to the same registered mail of the candidate or to another mail by clicking on the resend button.  Alternatively, you can obtain from this same screen the links to the tests to resend them by other means. To do this, click on the clipboard icon and then paste it into the media where you want to copy it (such as your own mail system or some chat system).

If you are sending the mail to internal emails of your company and none arrives, consult with the mail administrator to ensure that emails sent from Evalart are accepted.

The platform allows you to evaluate a candidate on the same computer where you work with Evalart as a recruiter. However, for security reasons, the platform will automatically disconnect them from the administration module when they do so. Do not try to open a test link directly if you are in the administration module as this is not allowed for security reasons. To run a test for a candidate on your computer you must follow these steps:

  1. Go to the configuration of the process for which you want to perform the evaluation (go to the Selection Processes menu, select “Processes List” and click on the wrench corresponding to the corresponding process).
  2. In the list of candidates shown in the process configuration (on the right side) identify the candidate you want to evaluate and click on the menu next to the candidate.
  3. Choose the “Execute Tests” option.
  4. The tests listed are shown with a small button with the play symbol (triangle).
  5. Click there when the candidate is ready to give the test. This will disconnect the administrator user and run the test for the candidate.

To correct the mail, name or other data of the candidate you have to go to the “Selection Processes” menu and choose “Candidates List”. From there you can directly modify the listed fields or you can click on the pencil and edit from there all the fields of the person’s record.

In case the modification is to correct the mail for a candidate with tests already sent, to resend the mail with the links to the tests to a candidate, go to the process configuration (go to the “Selection Processes” menu, select “Process List”, and click on the process wrench where the candidate is). At the bottom right, where the candidates are listed, select the option “View/Send Tests” where you can resend the invitation to the same registered mail of the candidate or to another mail by clicking on the resend button.

Evalart allows you to restrict access to the selection processes used by previously created user groups in the “manage user groups” section. When restricting a process to a group, only that group will have access to the process (besides any administrator user). If you do not specify a group, all users in the account will have access to the process.

  1. Go to the “processes list” section by expanding the “selection processes” menu, located in the main menu, and selecting “processes list”.
  2. Locate the process whose access you wish to restrict to a group of users.
  3. Edit the process by clicking on the pencil icon located on the right side of the process.
  4. Expand the “advanced options”, locate the field “restricted to group” and select the group that will have access to the process.
  5. Save.

Web monitoring helps reduce the risk of fraud during the assessment by taking photos at intervals which are then compared to the candidate’s registration photo. Using artificial intelligence, it is verified that it is always the same person takingthe test and that there is no other person helping.

The activation of the web monitoring is done from the process configuration screen. For this you must enable the following options (found within advanced options):

In Photo Required select Yes or Optional.
In Webcam Monitoring, select Yes or Optional.

If you indicate optional, the candidate can choose to do the test without monitoring, but if you enter Yes, the candidate will only be able to take the test if he or she has a webcam and enables it.

The artificial intelligence verification of the test is done within the hour once the test is finished. In case of finding something strange, you can verify the photos manually (in case the artificial intelligence does not detect anything strange, the photos are not displayed for review)

Test Creation and Edition FAQ

To modify a test from the Evalart test catalog, it is necessary to clone it first. To clone a test you must follow these steps:

  1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the test menu and select the “Test List” option.
  2. Locate the test you wish to modify and click the button with the magnifying glass icon.
  3. Click the “Clone” button and select the language and the elements to be cloned with the test (questions, categories, category group and/or ranges).
  4. The system will automatically take you to the test you have just cloned, which you can now edit. Make the desired changes.
  5. Click the “save” button. When you save the test, a box will appear asking if you want to go to the test builder, where all the questions that make up the test are located and from where you can modify, remove or add questions. If you select “accept”, the system will take you to the builder; but, if you select “cancel”, the system will take you to the test list.
  6. If you selected “accept” and made changes, you must click the “save” button to save the changes.

 

How to create a new test from scratch?

When creating a test it is necessary to follow the series of steps explained below.

FIRST STEP: create the questions

In Evalart, you can create your own questions or use existing questions. If you want to use existing questions, skip this step.

To create your own questions:

1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the test menu and select the option “Questions” and the system will automatically take you to the list of questions, from where you can create a new question.
2. In the list of questions, you will find two options for creating questions. The first option is to click the “New” button to create individual questions (text, image, programming, etc.) and their alternatives (which can be text or image); and the second option is to click the “paste questions” button, from where you can create several questions at once.

Note: If you choose to paste questions, use “Q:” for the question and “A:” for the alternatives. Mark the correct answer(s) with an asterisk. Additionally, you can indicate the time, score, and difficulty by using “T:” for time (if omitted, the platform assumes 1), “S:” for score (if omitted, the platform assumes 10), and “D:” for difficulty level by placing the value on a separate line (use 1 for easy, 2 for medium, and 3 for difficult. If omitted, the platform assumes medium). Example:

Q:
Which number is a prime?
A:
4
5 *
6
8
T:
1
S:
10
D:
1

STEP TWO: create the test

1. Go to the “Test” menu and select the “Test List” option. In the list of tests, click the “New” button.
2. After clicking the “New” button, a screen will appear with several fields to be filled in, such as name, description (which will NOT be visible to the candidate), visible description (which will be visible to the candidate), level of difficulty (easy, medium, or difficult), time limit, day limit, language, score ranges (the range will help you add more information about the candidate’s score), type, family, subfamily, and results report (the format in which the test results report will be shown).
3. When you have added all the information about the test, click the “Save” button and the system will automatically take you to the test builder, from where you can select the questions to be shown on the test.

STEP THREE: Adding questions from the test builder

1. To include a question in the test, you must take it with the mouse, drag it to the “selected questions” field and drop it.
2. After including all desired questions, click the “save” button to save the changes.
3. To test that everything is in order, you can click the button with the eye icon. This option will allow you to view the test as the candidate will. When you finish the test, you can simply finish or finish but keep instances (this will allow you to save the results report).

STEP FOUR: Create a score table

1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, in the “Settings” menu, select the option “Tests” followed by “Score table”.
2. Click the “New” button to create a new score table, and fill in the necessary fields (name, description, etc.)
Save the changes by clicking the “Save” button. When you save, the platform will automatically take you to the score range screen.
4. Click the “New” button to create a range. The number of ranges to be created will depend on the number of skill levels you wish to add. When creating a range, you must indicate the initial score and the final score for the range. For example, if you have a 200-point test and you want to add 4 ranges (low, medium, high and very high), the first range (the lowest) would start at 0 and end at 50.
5. After creating all the ranges, you can go to the test to which you will apply the table (in case you have already created it) and, in the field “score ranges”, select the table you have just created and save the changes.

Evalart users can add randomized questions to their tests by following the steps below:

1. In the test constructor, after adding all the desired questions, select the “tools” tab and click the “add random” button.
2. After clicking the “add random” button, two new elements will appear in color red, these elements will mark the beginning and the end of the group of questions from which the system will take the questions. You must drag and drop these elements into the “selected questions” field, as you would when adding a question to the test, in order to add the randomness tool to the test. Note: It is important that you place the elements at the beginning and at end of the question selection to which you want to add the randomness.
3. After adding the items to the question selection, specify the number of randomized questions you want to be shown on the test in the field that is set to 0 in the corresponding the “beginning” item. For example, if we have a selection of 10 questions and we want the system to choose only 5 of those questions at random, we would have to place 5 of 10.
4. Finally, save the changes by using the “save” button.

NOTE: These steps apply to both new and existing tests. However, if you want to add the randomness to an existing test in the catalog (that you did not create), you must clone it before performing the series of steps described.

1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the test menu and select the option “Questions” and the system will automatically take you to the list of questions, from where you can create a new question.
2. Click the “paste questions” button, from where you can create several questions at once.

Note: If you choose to paste questions, use “Q:” for the question and “A:” for the alternatives. Mark the correct answer(s) with an asterisk. Additionally, you can indicate the time, score, and difficulty by using “T:” for time (if omitted, the platform assumes 1), “S:” for score (if omitted, the platform assumes 10), and “D:” for difficulty level by placing the value on a separate line (use 1 for easy, 2 for medium, and 3 for difficult. If omitted, the platform assumes medium). Example:

Q:
Which number is a prime?
A:
4
5 *
6
8
T:
1
S:
10
D:
1

3. Click the “create questions” button. A prompt will then appear indicating whether your questions were successfully created or whether there was an error in the format.

Yes, this is possible by creating a question with an open text answer. To create aquestion with open text answer:

1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the test menu and select the option “Questions”, and the system will automatically take you to the list of questions.
2. Click the “New” button to create a new question.
3. In the “Type” field, select the option for a text or image question with a single or multiple line open text answer.
4. After selecting the question type, a new field will appear in which you can enter the valid answer. NOTE: It is important to note that this field is case sensitive. Therefore, it is recommended that you enable the “Manual Score Only” option so that you can review the candidate’s answer before assigning a grade. To review them, you must enter the results report, click the magnifying glass icon, locate the question you want to review, and finally assign a grade.
5. Click the “Save” button.

Yes, this is possible by using the picture question option as a test type. For this you must:

1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the test menu and select the option “Questions”, and the system will automatically take you to the list of questions.
2. Click the “New” button to create a new question.
3. In the “Type” field, select the option for a single/multiple choice image/text answer or open text answer.
4. After selecting the question type, a new field will appear in which you can upload the image you want to display as the question.
5. Save the question using the “Save” button. If you have selected a single/multiple choice text/image question (not applicable for image questions with open text answer), the system will automatically take you to the alternatives creation screen where you can enter the text or image alternatives.

Score tables help us to better name and describe a candidate’s score on a test. The range and description will be shown in the results report along with the score obtained. In addition, it is also possible to create score tables that apply to categories and groups of categories.

To create your own score tables:

  1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, in the “Settings” menu, select the option “Tests” followed by “Score table”.
  2. Click the “New” button to create a new score table, and fill in the necessary fields (name, description, etc.)

Save the changes by clicking the “Save” button. When you save the changes, the platform will automatically take you to the score range screen.

  1. Click the “New” button to create a range. The number of ranges to be created will depend on the number of skill levels you wish to add. When creating a range, you must indicate the initial score and the final score for the range. For example, if you have a 200-point test and you want to add 4 ranges (low, medium, high and very high), the first range (the lowest) would start at 0 and end at 50.
  2. After creating all the ranges, you can go to the test to which you will apply the table (in case you have already created it) and, in the field “score ranges”, select the table you have just created and save the changes.

This is possible by using the preview option, whose button has the drawing of an eye. By using this option, you can see the test as the candidate would. You can find the preview option in two places: the test builder and the test list.

To enter the preview from the test builder:

  1. After you have added all the questions to the test you have just created and saved your changes with the “Save” button, click the eye icon button at the top of the test builder.
  2. Click “start test” and then “start”, and take the test as the candidate would.
  3. When finished, you can choose to finish or finish but keep the instance. If you select “finish but keep instance”, the platform will register your test and you will be able to review the results report by clicking the “Reports” menu and then clicking the “View Sent Tests” option.

To access the preview from any other section of Evalart

  1. Go to the test menu located on the main Evalart bar and select the “Test List” option.
  2. In the test list, locate the test you want to test and click the button with the eye icon.
  3. Click “Start Test” and then “Start”, and perform the test as the candidate would.
  4. When finished, you can choose to finish or finish but keep the instance. If you select “finish but keep instance” the platform will register your test and you will be able to view the report of your results by clicking the “Reports” menu and selecting the “View Sent Tests” option.

In Evalart, users can use existing reports, customize an existing report or create their own reports.

If you want to customize a report:

  1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the “Configuration” menu located on the main menu bar of the platform and select the option “Tests” followed by “Result Report Types”.
  2. Locate the report you wish to customize and click the button with the wrench icon to access the report options. If you do not have the necessary permissions to edit the range, you must clone it first.
  3. In the report options you can add sections and make changes such as modifying the font type, choosing which elements you want to appear in the report header, choosing which information you want to be shown in the report, changing the color of the bars, etc.
  4. After making all the desired changes, save them by using the “Save” button.

If you want to create your own report:

  1. On the main page of https://questionnaire.evalart.com/admin/, go to the “Settings” menu located on the main menu bar of the platform and select the option “Tests” followed by “Types of results report”.
  2. Click the “New” button to create a new process.
  3. In the report options you can load your own reports, add sections, choose the type of font, the elements and information you want to appear in the report, change the color of the bars, etc.
  4. After making all the changes, save them using the “Save” button.

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