Data on Cartographer is organised using three tools - workspaces, projects, and teams:
Workspaces are like mini web-sites that belong to different organisations and monitoring initiatives. You can tell what workspace you’re in by the logo  and name  on the top left of the web page:
In case you ever get lost in Cartographer, you can always get back to your workspace’s homepage by clicking on the workspace logo  or name  in the top left, or the workspace name in the breadcrumb bar at the top of the page :
If you’re involved with several different organisations or initiatives, you may become a member of several workspaces. If so, your workspaces will be listed down the left side of the page. You can switch back and forth between different workspaces by clicking their logos:
Within a workspace you will find one or more projects where the actual work happens. Each project contains a collection surveys and maps, and has its own list of project members including surveyors, approvers, and coordinators.
The projects in a workspace are listed on its home page  and sidebar 
On the workspace home page, projects are shown as cards. Each card shows a list of the project’s survey forms  and maps . Click on the name of a survey form to see a list of the corresponding surveys or on the name of a map to see the map.
If you are a surveyor in the project, you’ll see buttons on the right to quickly record new surveys . If you are an approver or coordinator, you’ll see a button to access project settings .
The sidebar shows similar menu items and buttons. Hover over the name of a survey form to reveal the add survey button, and the name of the project to reveal the project settings button:
Some larger projects are further subdivided into teams. Each team has its own surveyors, approvers, and coordinators, who can contribute surveys and manage their own QA and approval process. For more information see our page on multi-team projects.