Timesheet reports

Using timesheet reports app, available in the Enterprise plan, you can provide clear reports on your spent time to stakeholders, clients and management.

Before you start building reports though, you should create timesheet activity categories.

This is only available in the Enterprise version of the timesheet app and allows you to categorize your timesheet entries. This is very useful for creating clear reports.

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1. This section works in the exact same way as the filtering in the Reports app.

2. Settings gives you access to including archived cards and exporting your results.

3. These dropdowns allow you to show your timeline in days, weeks, months, quarters or years; you can group your results by cards, members or categories; and you can sort ascending or descending.

4. You can export your results in Microsoft Excel and CSV format.

 

 

Changing the different options mentioned above will also affect how data is presented in the timesheet below the chart.

 

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  • Will this be reflected in the Burndown Chart? I'm a little confused as to how/where I should enter in time.

    For time estimations, I want my team to be able to add in:
    - "Estimated Time" (how long they think it will take)

    And then record the:
    "Actual Time" (how long it actually took)

    And then compare results.

    Is this possible to do or am I thinking about it wrong?

  • Hi Justin,

    You can show burndowns by cards, estimations and time spent, so you can absolutely do what you are after. You can also filter for instance a board in reports and compare time spent with estimations.

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