Ability to compare 2022 to 2023 in Wrike Analyze

I am looking to build a report that will compare 2022 bookings (effort allocated to resources) to 2023 bookings. I would like the option to break this down by discipline/groups we have already created in Wrike. (programming, animation, project management, and design). Is this possible within Wrike analyze and if so, how? 

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Hey Nicole DiTrani, I've asked our Wrike Analyze experts to reach out to you and look into your question 👍

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Thank you, Lisa!

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Mikolaj Komorowski

Hello Nicole,

could you please specify what do you mean by booking (Project booked effort or Task effort) and by discipline/group? Would that be a Custom Field, User Job Role, or User Groups? If either of the first two, it should be feasible, as per examples below - could you please check whether this would work for you?

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I would like to see the Overall Project booked effort by User Groups from 2022 vs 2023. I do not see the option to set up my analyze as you did in the images above?

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Mikolaj Komorowski

Hi Nicole,

I apologise for a late answer, I haven't seen your message. :( 

If you don't see those fields in your Analyze, you could follow the instructions from the following article to have them enabled: https://help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/14598403615127--From-Wrike-Financial-Fields-and-Resource-Management-in-Advanced-Analytics-Wrike-Analyze- :) 

However, as far as User Groups are concerned, Analyze doesn't support them at the moment. You'd have to use a different group by field (such as user job role, custom fields, etc).

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hi I do see the options now however I am running into another issue, while I do have the options now, the folder/project name only shows 3 results despite all items being checked off as shown in the image below.

 

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Nicole DiTrani Hi, I've asked our team to look into your question again! 

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