Every manager has a bunch of Jira reports dealing with. Sometimes we ask ourselves what is the ideal number of reports to work with. Some studies said the average is 7, with a standard deviation of only 2. In ActivityTimeline we have 6 such popular reports. Let’s look at them in more detail.
Planning Reports —a set of reports generated based on the remaining time estimate. The system will use the remaining time estimate of Jira tickets to gather the information about assignees, and their capacity, and build the workload reports based on it. You can see the report in the web version or export your report to excel. Creating the following report will help to visually track the project.
How it can help you:
Person’s or Team Summary/Detailed Workload Report provides you with a summary/detailed report of a person’s or team’s workload.
Project Summary/Detailed Workload Report displays a summary/detailed report of the total number of hours planned per project.
Skill Availability Report presents a report based on the skill availability of members of the team.
Skill / Level Availability Report designs report based on the skill or level availability in the organization.
Person/Team Availability Report allows seeing the number of available hours (or percentage) per person or team.
Position Availability Report creates the report based on the position of the member of the team.
Either Activity Timeline allows you to create much more custom reports with all the Jira data you need and make your reporting easier. Even multiple projects in Jira and massive tasks will be more transparent with Activity Timeline reports.