Report Effective Timelogs

HI!
I need help creating a report in Analyze.

I state that we use:
- Effort on all tasks
- 1 task for each person
- We insert the timelogs

The idea is to relate the time entered in the timelog with the planned effort, to understand how many hours are spent and entered in the timelog exclusively on activities that have an effort planned for that precise day.

Any help will be useful.

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Pietro Poli Ciao!!! Greetings from Prague!

Have you tried the Utilization and Performance Wrike Analyze report template?

If yes, what did not work with it?

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Ciao Aybuke Novosad how are you?

I haven't use it yet.

Thanks for the suggestion 🧡

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I currently built a custom Wrike Analyze report for my team.  At first, we wanted to focus on tasks on time versus late.  But now they would like me to add more information by adding the effort for each task plus the time that was spent on that task.  

Is this possible to add to this report?  I know to get time logs that we need to change the source data to utilization and performance, but then I lose my other data and formula capabilities.  

 

 

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Hi Danielle,
yes if you are using Core DB you can add Effort and Timelog Time Spent to your task list dashboard.

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Pietro Poli I got that part to work with Time spent and Effort!  Thank you!

 

Now I'm looking to add column to see the difference in the effort that was assigned for the task versus the time spent.  If the time spent is under the effort I would like that to be blank.  Is that possible?  I tried this formula and I'm getting an error.

sum([Timelog ID],if (max( mndiff([Total Booked Effort (minutes)],[Total Timelog Time Spent (minutes)]))>0,max(ddiff([Total Booked Effort (minutes)], [Total Timelog Time Spent (minutes)])),null))

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Hi Danielle Jones,
make it simple like this:

where 1 you can modify it with your own formula to get the value you need.

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So that formula didn't work the way I needed to.  I would like to get the if the planned effort is less than what time they spent on a task. Examples. 

1. zero time effort, but 160 minutes was, so I would need to show the overage as 160

2. planed effort was 15 minutes but the time spent was 35 minutes so I would need to show the overage as 20 minutes.

But if a task isn't over the planned effort, I need that to be blank (greens should be blank and I only need red with the amount of time over captured. 

Here is the formula I used (I think I need to add if and null statement, but I'm struggling with those to work): (sum([Task  Effort (minutes)])-sum([Timelog  Time  Spent (minutes)]))

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