Table 146. Availability
Project progress is available on Business accounts and up. All users, including collaborators, can see project progress. Regular users can enable or disable project progress on particular projects if they have full or editor access roles.
On Enterprise accounts, the types of users who are allowed to use this functionality may differ due to user types settings.
Wrike automatically calculates your project progress based on selected metrics and updates it in real time, allowing you to easily keep track of how a project is moving forward. You can see a project progress bar in:
The Android app: in the Browse view and Starred section.
The Wrike workspace (Wrike’s browser version and desktop app): in the project info panel, Table view, the project dashboard widget, project-based reports, and the timeline portion of the Gantt chart (to the right of the project’s name).
Learn how project progress is calculated here.
There are two ways to enable project progress, either for individual projects manually or for all the projects in a space at the same time.
Navigate to the relevant project and open its project info panel.
Click the project progress icon in the top-right corner 1.
Select Completed tasks, Duration of completed tasks, or Tasks and duration average under Measure as 2.
Your project progress is shown as a percentage in the icon.
Open this panel and select Don't measure progress to stop measuring project progress.
When you mass-enable project progress, the progress calculation is automatically set to the Tasks and duration average metric for all projects in the current location, including those for which you've manually set other calculation metrics.
Navigate to the space that you'd like to enable progress for all projects.
Switch to Table view.
Use the gear icon 1 in the top left-hand corner of the panel and turn on the Progress 2 field.
Click the caret icon in the Progress 3 column title, and select Enable/Disable for all projects 4.