On the personal information review page, there are 3 drop down lists: status, assistants and squares. What are they?
Your status in each region (list of regions where you are an atlasser) has been initially determined by the information you have provided to us. Subsequently, if you enter data for other regions, that region will be automatically added. This information will largely be used by Regional Coordinators to determine who has provided data in their region, or who has expressed interest in doing so. If you add a square (see below) in a new region, that region will automatically appear in your status drop-down list.
From the review page, you can also define your list of squares or your list of assistants. In order to enter data for a square, you must add it to your list of squares first. Be careful when you remove a square from your list as you will not be able to access the data associated with that square until you add it again (also see this question.)
Likewise, you need to define the list of people that helped you in the field before you can enter them on your data forms. That list of assistants will appear on all data forms and you only need to check those that have helped for a particular form. You don't have to enter an atlasser number for your assistants, but if you think they have one and you would like to find out what it is, you can look it up here.