Currently, the Reporting/Dashboard Features must be built by manually selecting existing projects. This essentially requires all users who create projects to also manually administer the organization level reports or for someone to monitor every time a user adds a new project to ensure that it is added to the appropriate reports. This sucks and could be easily improved.
As a User w/Control Over Dashboards and Reports, in an organization where many users create projects and those users are lack the knowledge or desire to develop and modify reports, and there is no person responsible for organizational report maintenance.
I want the ability to select "All Projects" in the Data Source field.
So that I can build reports and dashboards, during implementation of Wrike, that display information about all projects across the organization, now in existence or created in the future, without having to monitor whether new projects are being created and manually add them to all relevant reports and dashboards.
(I.e., instead of generating a report with data sourced from PROJECTS(A,B,C), I can build a report with data sourced from PROJECTS(*) which gives me projects A, B, and C if they are the only projects in the organization, but automatically includes project D when it is added without manually reconfiguring the reports.)
NICE TO HAVE
As a User w/Control Over Dashboards and Reports who selects "All Projects" in the Data Source field when generating a report/dashboard in the organization described above.
I want the ability to exclude certain projects without losing the ability to view all projects automatically.
So that I can exclude stale/completed projects from reporting during a semiannual or annual cleanup of Wrike.
(I.e., in the organization described above where we now have projects A, B, C, and D, when projects A and C are complete and no longer need to be reported on, I can build a report with data sourced from PROJECTS(*), EXCLUDE PROJECTS(A,C) which gives me projects B and D if A, B, C, and D are the only projects in the organization, but automatically includes project E when it is added without manually reconfiguring the reports.)