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Help / Control Centers / Project Management Hub
  • Overview
  • Displaying the statistics
  • Progress line (Burn down)
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When managing a project, you need to track certain indicators to understand how the project is progressing, overruns and so on.
The Project Management Hub features a comprehensive statistics window with:
  • the time spent per project for one ore more contributors,
  • the time spent per contributor on a project,
  • the time spent per task for a project and a contributor,
  • the time spent per interruption task,
  • a progress line (or "Burn down").
Displaying the statistics
To display the statistics of the Project Management Hub:
  1. Display the "Statistics" tab (or create a new "Statistics" tab).
  2. In the ribbon, select:
    • the type of statistics,
    • the project and the affected contributors,
    • the list of requirements (for the burn down),
    • the type of tasks (for the burn down),
    • the period,
    • Display options (scale, legend display, etc.).
  3. Display the chart (click the image displayed by default or the "Refresh" button).
Remark: To display a burndown chart, the daily data collection must be enabled on the server (option proposed by the Project Management Hub when selecting this type of statistics). The progress line will be done from the activation date of this collection.

Progress line (Burn down)

The progress line includes a curve and two tendency lines.
  • The curve represents the scheduled workload. The number of scheduled days evolves with the project. The real development speed is impacted by the "reality" (for example: meetings, seminars, training, debugging old applications, forgotten tasks, absences, etc.).
  • The first tendency line represents the tendency of the curve. This tendency indicates the theoretical end date of project (or iteration).
  • The second tendency line represents the tendency while taking into account the performance of previous projects. In the "Display" group of "Statistics" tab, you have the ability to choose:
    • the requirements or the list of requirements for the previous iteration.
    • the speed taken into account for the previous iteration.
Minimum version required
  • Version 12
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Last update: 04/09/2024

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