The view is suitable for all teams using time tracking for their projects. All time entries are grouped per project, task or assignee so you can find out how work mates distribute their working hours, which tasks waste your time or what projects are the most profitable for your business.

Note: Depending on your access level, you will be able to view all or part of the below information.

On the main menu, click "Teams" . Read more on how it works below;

Set your interval

One the top of your page you can choose between weekly and monthly view. The navigation tools available (back/forth buttons and calendar) will help you move to the week or month you are looking to review. (example; January 2020)

Select your assignee

Reports are available per assignee or team total. In the example, "Angelica" has been selected.

Overview

The moment your desired teammate has been selected, elorus will update your charts. You will find hours in total, as well as how they have been divided between your clients, projects and tasks.

Starting from the left (image above), you will find "Tracked hours"-the total of hours worked by the teammate or team as a whole (depending on your choice in the previous step). Both billed and unbilled hours appear, as well as the relation between billable-non billable hours entered.

Hours per client contain the hours your team or individual user has worked, for all client related projects grouped together in each section.

Hours per project contain hours spent on each project the user has tracked time for

Hours per task presents hours spent in each task

All three groupings come with total, billable and non-billable hours selection. You may also hover your cursor over the chart and view hours and percentages.

You can use those groupings to extract valuable information regarding your team.

>In the example, most of the hours of the user are billable, those are primarily distributed to two large projects of around 40% each and the non-billable tasks are primarily assistance to the marketing department (research, website, campaigns etc)

You can always adjust the charts to get the figures you are interested in.

Progress Chart

Depending on your interval selection, you will be able to find out how your total of hours is distributed to your days (weekly view) or weeks (monthly view). In the monthly view, those hours appear per working week.

In the example, we see billable hours tracked per project and how they change-per project and total throughout the month (per week).

Financial results of time tracked

The report will show you how hours worked translate to billable amounts. At the same time, you can see how much they cost. This could give you an insight on potential profitability coming from a client, project, task or user - those variables can be used in any pair, to produce groupings and subgroupings.

Example

Hours tracked by one user last January grouped per client and task.

In the image above, we see that most hours worked by Angela leave a relatively small gap between billable amounts and total costs per client.

This is also available to export in excel or pdf (see blue button)

By clicking on the hyperlink (marked above), elorus will transfer you to the "time entries detailed report" so you can view exactly when and how these hours have been collected. In the example, selected hours are the ones of the client and task that took most of the user's time (see below).

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