Add time segmentation in reports (day, week, month, year)

It doesn't appear that the report functionality allows to segment a given time frame by day, week, month or year and aggregate over the selected segmentation criteria. An example use case would be a count of tasks in 2019 segmented by month.

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Thank you for the post Ingvar Kraatz! This feedback will be passed on to the Product team. Once the post reaches 60 upvotes, the team will provide this thread with a status update. You can read more about our process here.

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We are also looking for the possibility to group the timelogs by week/month/year.
We need it for example to see the monthly workload in our team. 

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Hello Marco Eberl, thanks for supporting this suggestion. I've shared your use case with our Product team. Please be sure to upvote the original post by clicking on the heart icon if you haven't yet 🙌🏼

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Could we please take "Ability to group project completion by month/year (graph and table)" and add it to this one so that this topic counts as 49 upvotes instead of only 22 or 27? I'm sure there are more out there I just can't find that would make this add up to 60! It just seems silly that I can't group my tasks by month and year within a report...
https://help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360007646754-Ability-to-group-project-completion-by-month-year-graph-and-table-

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