Request Time Spent Report in Column Mode can use Time Spent Time as Value

Currently wrike can create Time Spent Report in Column Mode by using Task Count as Value but I need to show as Time spent Value also please refer to my Excel sample graph.

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Stephen

Hi Poramate, great idea, and it's your first post here so welcome 😀

I've been testing here to see what way we can gather that data in Wrike.

I've noticed that I can gather the below structure. The totals are not summed, instead, it stacks all the actual logged times from the tasks.

It's not exactly like the image you've shared but it might work for you. Let me know what you think 👍

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for sharing but I've tried this one and I have to mouse on every time when I need to know how many time that my team spent

So this method is not work for me

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Stephen

I understand Poramate, thanks for coming back to me. We'll make sure to flag this our Product team when they're making enhancements to Reports in the future 👍

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+1 from me.  I'd like to know for each day in a time frame how much time was spent on which projects.

Time Spent bar chart -> "Grouping by date" -> "Grouping by Project/Folder"

Number of Timelog Entries does not make sense in this case, so the possibility for  "Time Spent" on the y-axis would be really appreciated.

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Any news on this?

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Hi Jens Fiala, thank you for reaching out! I don't have any updates from the team as this isn't on their short-term roadmap. Please make sure to "like" the post above as the number of votes help the team understand the popularity of different suggestions here on the Community 👍

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Hello Lisa,

I can understand that you base your evolution roadmap on the popularity of suggestions on the Wrike community, but in this case we are not talking about a suggestion of "improvement" but about the correction of a design flaw. You cannot include in your default reports a report on "time spent" that displays "time entry count". This simply doesn't make sense.

As for the workaround suggested by Stephen, it might do the trick when you have 6 different time entries, but not when you have dozens, as you can see below:

Thank you 

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Welcome to the Community Vassili Froment🙂

Thank you for sharing your use-case here! I'm checking with the team now to see if there's an update 👍

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Amazing that this basic functionality has not yet been fixed (yes, not added, but fixed) in 3 years time.

  • Table view does show SUMs of hours.
  • Column view should represent the same information, not a COUNT of records?
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I can understand it boils down to a deeper flaw in the Column representation of data: it could be that it is hard-wired to counting tickets/records, since there's no configuration yet possible to allow us to choose what the value should be to biuld up the column data.

And in this case the default could be "sum of time".

I'm not even asking that in other column reports, we could select some custom field to build up the columns, like say e.g. Story Points. Whoaw, now THAT would mean progress. But I'm assuming now that has also been asked for years ago.

No, just this one little case here: when showing column data for TIME, please show SUM of time, not COUNT.

That would make the whole difference between very useful and pointless.

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Hi Wim Janin, thanks so much for your detailed feedback!

Can a report created in your Timelog View help in your case? 

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