Report Builder covers every time tracking and reporting need of different users, for example employees, team and project leads.
In the section My Timesheets users will find a framework for adding time logs. By using different display modes they will get an overview of their working hours. Via drag-and-drop users will be able to add time logs to their calendar easily. Logged, billable hours are always linked to a specific user and Jira issue. The team lead now has the opportunity to use these timesheets to create a report, which will present total hours.
Teams serves as a dashboard for groups. Different users can be grouped together and connected to projects in Report Builder. Created teams are possible filters for report creation.
Getting an overview of logged hours
In the section Reports different templates and formatting options are available. With pre-defined templates users can easily create reports. In Timeline and Pivot reports users will pick specific filters.
- Filter by: Joe Doe and Test project
- Period of time: Last month
The report will now collect logged working hour for the selected user Joe Doe, which were added last month and are linked to the Jira project Test project. This task can be expanded to teams, by creating a team in the teams section and using it as a filtering option.
Would a user like to compare the logged hours with contracted ones, he could choose the galery template Delivery Report. This report template visualizes logged and contracted hours, which serves as another indicator for productivity as well.
Comparing periods of time
In order to compare total hours for different periods of time, users have the option to effortlessly pick different dates with the relative date filter and compare total hours by switching between them and monitoring the amount of total hours.
Or a user decides to build his own two reports by using our integrated framework. Choosing the same script and the same filters for user and project, but picking two different time frames.