This report features a time interval as the highest classification level and gives an insight into
What has been done during a certain period of time?
- Arrange by option defines the way in which your data is displayed at the highest level: Day, Week, Month
- With Aggregate by, you choose a second-level criterion for further breaking down time data: Project, Task, Status, Type, Label, Iteration, Tag, Member, Comment, Client, None
- Sort by specifies whether entries are listed alphabetically according to the selected aggregation or based on logged hours in descending order.
Note: weekly arrangement + Pivotal Tracker integration will be used as an example for the screenshots in this section
What does each combination stand for?
Week x Task
A list of tasks the team worked on during each week of the period and time spent on them.
Week x Status
Time allocated to tasks with different statuses during each week. Ex: out of all the time logged this week, the team has spent 22h on Open tasks and 4h on Delivered.
Week x Type
How much time the team dedicated to different types of tasks each week. Ex: out of 26h logged this week only 8h - on features.
Week x Label
Time a week spent on tasks with specific labels. Ex: admin - 8h, deployment - 3h
Week x Tags
Hours logged weekly on activities marked with certain tags Ex: #development, #pm, #meeting (tags are mostly used for tracking hours directly from Everhour but they are available in the built-in timer as well)
Week x Member
Weekly time commitment of every team member. See whether people have worked overtime or forgotten to track hours.
Week x Project
How much time every project consumed during each week of the selected period
Week x Comment
All hours logged weekly including both project tasks and entries without task references. These kinds of activities still relate to project time but stories aren’t generally created for them in Pivotal Tracker
Week x Client
Weekly time dedicated to different clients. (Clients refer to combination of several projects)
Week x None
Just total time reported weekly without any additional details.
Ex: week 1 - 80h, week 2 - 90h, etc.