¿Con qué podemos ayudarte?

Por ejemplo Diagramas de Gantt, Crear tareas, Compartir carpetas

Blog

How can I track deviation (original schedule Vs actual delivery)?

4 comentarios

  • Spot On! 👍 Innovative Approach 💡 Stellar Advice 💪
    Avatar
    Eric Clark

    Hi John,

    Here are two ideas you might try out.

    1) Gantt Snapshots - You can take a point in time snapshot of your planned tasks and revisit this to see how your plan has shifted over time. When you take a snapshot, you will have a link that you can share and revisit any time. You can take as many snapshots as you'd like. I have used this with clients as a way to provide weekly status and to show how the plan has changed over time. This feature is available on all paid accounts.

    2) Report Snapshots - If you're on the business or enterprise plan, you can create reports and then snapshot those reports. This works similarly to the Gantt snapshot feature, but allows you to do snapshots on your own custom reports. If the Gantt chart isn't the view you want, chances are you can create a filtered report with the data that's relevant to your client/project and use snapshots to show original vs. actual.

    Hope this helps. Let me know how it goes and if this hits the mark.

    Is this helpful? 2
    Acciones de comentarios Permalink
  • Spot On! 👍 Innovative Approach 💡 Stellar Advice 💪
    Avatar
    John Dexter

    Thanks Eric. I can see how this would let us achieve what we need though it might be a bit fiddly. It also precludes us getting the information for stuff we did before we start those snapshots :)

    I had wondered if there was a way to interrogate task history... and if that is something you have to jump into the API for? It seems like Deviation is a normal project management task so are snapshots the normal solution here?

    BTW can I set snapshots to be taken automatically?

    Is this helpful? 0
    Acciones de comentarios Permalink
  • Spot On! 👍 Innovative Approach 💡 Stellar Advice 💪
    Avatar
    Lisa

    @John Hi and thanks for posting on the Community 🙂
    Eric's suggestions to use Gantt Chart and Report Snapshots are great 👍 Snapshots are created manually, and it's a good way to get a static view of Tasks/Projects for future use.
    I'd also suggest using Analytics View (available on Business and Enterprise subscriptions). The Baseline Chart compares tasks' current scheduled start and end dates to start and end dates tasks had on the date you specify 
    Let me know if that helps 🙌
     

    Lisa Community Team at Wrike 🌎Discover... Wrike Discover and become a Wrike expert. Click here to get started

    Is this helpful? 0
    Acciones de comentarios Permalink
  • Spot On! 👍 Innovative Approach 💡 Stellar Advice 💪
    Avatar
    John Dexter

    So that chart does seem to mine the historic data exactly as I want but why only in this chart... I really want to be able to access that data freely e.g. by task or in a list/report view. Clearly Wrike tracks full task history and can tell me "when was this task originally scheduled" but I can't find a way to access that in a flexible way. Is it accessible in reporting somehow or via a custom field or some other clever thing?

    Is this helpful? 1
    Acciones de comentarios Permalink

Iniciar sesión para dejar un comentario.

Folllowing List for Post: How can I track deviation (original schedule Vs actual delivery)?
[this list is visible for admins and agents only]

Community

Welcome 🖖

Hi there! 🙂 Want to become a black belt Wrike Ninja? Here's how to earn a Wrike badge

Welcome 🖖 Have you checked out this week's Release Notes yet?

Hey! 👋 Curious about something? Visit How To to search and ask the Community for answers.

Welcome! 👋 Figured out a good tip or trick? Share it in Best Practices.

Want to connect your existing software to Wrike? Learn and ask how in the API section.