This is where all the hard work displays in real time, where the most recent "knocked" door shows at the top, with the geolocation of both the voter surveyed, and the walker. This section is also an excellent check and balance method to ensure integrity of data gathered.
There are multiple different search fields that can be filtered by date, individual, team, or loaded survey. After the search information is entered, make sure to click "Update" to submit it to the database.
This is sorted (with rollover text located in the grey header box) by the time the survey was opened at the door, the voter knocked, the address, a map (green "A" for address, red "U" for user) showing a visual distance, the meters between the voter's door, and the walker/user, the name of the walker, the list that walker was in, the time that specific survey was closed out, and finally a selection box to pull up a detailed breakdown of the survey.
Example: Kris Shafer knocked a door 8:48pm, was 65 meters away from the house, and at 11:59 pm, he marked that voter as not home.
There are options for the amount of entries you want to see on each page, as well as a toggle to have the information auto-refresh every time a voter is surveyed.