Create reports for a single project
Project reports are used to create reports on a single project. Look through the list below, and find the components that match the needs of the report. You can create as many reports as you need.
Burn-up chart shows the scope, work completed and ideal velocity.
List of tasks expected to be delayed. This data is based on our AI-algorithms. If nothing is expected to be delayed the component will showcase that.
Configurable list of task data, e.g. title, progress, time reported, and deadline.
Pie chart showing the number of tasks done and remaining.
Diagram showing the number of tasks or forecast sum for project status columns over time.
Configurable list of expenses for a project.
Notes field to use for commenting and providing information.
Gauge showing the overall velocity for the project. A low number means work is progressing slower than expected. High if working faster. Ideally, it should be close to 1, which means that the work matches the estimates.
Configurable list of person data for individual projects, e.g. person, role, time reported, and tasks assigned.
Estimate vs. Reported
Bar chart showing a comparison of estimates vs. actuals.
Component showing the timeline of the selected project.
Burndown chart showing work remaining during the selected period.
Configurable list of sprint data for individual projects, e.g. name, progress, remaining work.
Chart showing achieved velocity across all sprints in the project.
Pie chart showing the number of sprints done and remaining.