When you view your Grant Tracker, you’ll default to viewing grants for the current and future years. This means, if you login to Instrumentl on Jan 1, 2021, you’ll no longer see your 2020 grants by default.

View Saved Grants from Previous Years

To view your saved grants from previous years:

  1. Navigate to your Master Tracker or Grant Tracker for a specific project

  2. Click on the “Year” dropdown at the top

  3. Select the year(s) you’d like to include on your Tracker

Now that you’ve got your previous year(s) selected, you may see grants you’d like to continue working on in the next year. For example, you may still have grants in the “Researching” status that you haven’t applied to yet.

Populating New Grants for Next Year

As you plan for the next year, you may want to re-apply to grants you've won, lost, or submitted in previous years.

To create a new record for an upcoming year:

  1. From your Tracker, open the grant you would consider re-applying to

  2. Navigate to the bottom right hand side and click the More Options drop down arrow

  3. Click Save to another year or project

​4. This will create a new record and you can choose a new Year and Project, and edit the Status, Notes, and all other fields

  1. Hit Save to add the new record

  2. In the Saved History tab that appears, you can click between your previous records and new record.

This helps you reference any Notes, Submission dates, Tasks, and even Documents uploaded in case you want to re-use any information!

Move Grants to the Next Year

With your previous year(s) selected, you may see grants you’d like to continue working on in the next year. For example, you may still have grants in the “Researching” status that you haven’t applied to yet.

To move grants from a past year to another year:

  1. Open the grant from your Tracker, and scroll to the top right hand corner

  2. Click the drop down arrow next to the year (eg 2020)

  1. Click “Edit year” and select the year to change the year.

Best of luck planning for upcoming years, and don’t hesitate to ask us any question in the Help Center! :)

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