Time Since Tasks BI Report

For a date field and project/filter, maps the tasks against the date that the field was set. This can help you track how many tasks were created, updated, etc, over a while.​

What do you mean by the 'Time Since Issues' BI report?

The 'Time Since Issues' Business Intelligence report is a bar chart showing the number of issues for which your chosen date field (e.g. 'Created', 'Updated', 'Due', 'Resolved', or a custom field) was set on a given date.

Business Intelligence accesses data both internally to your organization and externally to help you take the best course of action.

Let us understand how to use it in Restya Core.

The 'Time Since Issues' BI report is based on your choice of project or issue filter, and your chosen units of time (ie. hours, days, weeks, months, quarters, or years).

Evaluate the Current State of Your Work

In the Time Since Tasks, each colored area represents a list in your Kanban board. The horizontal axis shows a timeline and the vertical axis displays the number of tasks created. The size of these colored areas indicates how many tasks are currently created on each date.

Measure Your Work in Progress

By hovering over the graph, you can see the number of items in each process state on the selected date. You can also track the number of tasks created, in the selected time frame.

How to Generate a Time Since Tasks​ BI Report

Step 1

Go to BI Reports →click on the 'Time Since Issues' report as shown in the following screenshot.

Step 2

To refine the data shown in the report, click Refine report, and select the desired filters.​

Step 3

Analyze it from within Restya Core, or even export the data in a different format like JSON, CSV, and Xlsx. This way, you start using your processes’ information in your favor and in a smarter way.

Business intelligence was made easier with Restya Core BI reports.

Identify trends and work smarter, with out-of-the-box reports for task/issue analysis and forecasting in Restya Core Software.

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