Projects Report

Discover how the Projects Report can help you to stay on top of your projects and hit your budget and deadlines.

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Written by Diego Wyllie
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Moving your projects forward while hitting your budgets and deadlines isn't always easy. Here's where the Project Report comes into play. It's designed with service-oriented companies in mind that work simultaneously on several different projects for different clients.

The report gives you an overview of all your currently active projects. You can see at a glance how many hours are allocated for each project, how many hours the team has already worked on each project, the hourly rate and the fixed rate set for that project.

The progress bars allow you not only to compare worked versus estimated hours, but also shows you how close each project is to its deadline or delivery date.

The tasks' column shows you how many project tasks are currently closed versus open.

At the top, you'll see your followed projects in boxes, with their corresponding summary.

View more project details

Click on a project's name to access more details.

Analyze the team's performance

Use the time range picker to select the period that you want to analyze. You can choose between Today, This Week, Last Week, This Month, Last Month, This Year, All Time or pick your own Time Period.

The chart below shows you total hours worked by each project member, from the project start until the last day somebody worked on that project. You can choose between the daily, weekly, monthly and yearly view.

The user cards show how many hours each project member has contributed to the project, how many closed / open tasks are currently assigned to him, how many of his tasks have exceeded their estimates and on how many tasks he's missed the deadline.

This tab shows if your tasks are in progress, completed or overdue.

The tasks section gives you an overview of all currently active project tasks. You can see how your project team is distributing their time across their tasks, worked vs. estimated times, as well as the tasks' due dates.

  • Click on the three-dot buttons to edit the task details.

  • Click on the table's column headers to sort the projects tasks by name, duration, progress or due date.


You can use the Timesheet button to access a detailed timesheet report for the project from the first entry.

Shared reports

You can customize and share your projects reports online with your colleagues. See how you can share your project reports.

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