These are the main types of reports you'll find in your team's report center:

Team Overview

This report lets you focus on your team, allowing you to see what everyone in your team is up to at a glance.

For anyone managing a team, a common use of this report is to check that everyone in your team is entering their hours correctly. You'll easily see who is missing hours so you can address it directly with them. The top header shows you a summary of hours completed and missing. Clicking the Completion Report button shows you more details broken down by user.

If you're managing a team within a bigger organization, make sure you create a User Group for the people you're managing directly. This will allow you to filter the report and focus on that group, without getting distracted by everyone else.

Projects Overview

An aggregated view of all the time tracked, with a stats summary, pie chart and notes. This is followed by a detailed view of hours logged in each project, so you can better understand what has been going on in your team.

The Projects Overview report shows you the big picture about your business, which projects are consuming the most work hours and how time is being distributed across the multiple projects.

User Report

Most users will refer to this as the My Logs page, where they can enter their work logs and see insights such as total hours, distribution across projects and hours per day. Admins can see an equivalent report on any user by clicking their name anywhere throughout the console.

If you've configured your Team Settings to prevent non-admins from seeing other people's data, this is the only report page they'll have access to.

Project Report

The Project Report gives you a detailed view of the project and the people that worked on it. It is used for jobs such as keeping projects within budget, billing clients direct hours and calculating hours spent in internal projects.

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