WikiWatershed is a web toolkit designed to help citizens, conservation practitioners, municipal decision-makers, researchers, educators, and students advance knowledge and stewardship of fresh water. WikiWatershed an initiative of Stroud Water Research Center, a global leader in freshwater science.

8. Additional Help

Last updated on 2022-05-09

8.1 Review the Documentation

Additional help for Monitor My Watershed can be accessed using the Help link found on the top menu bar (Figure 22).

Figure 22. Monitor My Watershed help link.

Clicking the Help link takes you to the Help page. This page displays help resources for all of the tools in the WikiWatershed Toolkit. For sensor data help resources, scroll to the Monitor My Watershed/EnviroDIY box and click the “View Help Resources” button (Figure 23).

Figure 23. Link to Monitor My Watershed/EnviroDIY sensor data help resources.

Once you are on the sensor data help page, you will see a list of all of the help resources for using Monitor My Watershed to view and share sensor data, including a Model My Watershed Quick Reference Guide, two tutorial videos, and the link to this manual.

You will also see how you can ask for help on the forum and how you can use GitHub to search for known issues and report new ones.

8.2 Ask a Question

Before submitting a question by email, please do the following:

  • Search the EnviroDIY forums for similar issues. If you don’t find the answer, try posting your question on the forum to allow EnviroDIY community members to help.
  • Check our GitHub issue tracker for known issues and GitHub milestones to see scheduled bug fixes and feature additions. GitHub users are welcome to report problems in the issue tracker.

If you’ve reviewed this document, searched the EnviroDIY forum, checked GitHub, and still have a question or issue, please submit it on the Contact page. For the  “What do you need help with?” question, be sure to choose “Monitor My Watershed/EnviroDIY Sensor Data.”

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