With these added reporting features, our clients are more easily able to keep up-to-date with their team’s performance and productivity.
The chart view is altogether a different kind of animal. This next reporting feature lets you quickly assimilate your team’s or an individual’s activity through the use of easy to understand charts. While using this reporting feature, the client is simultaneously shown three graphs. Each graph contains three different types of information. The bar chart shows you every team member’s number of minutes logged. This chart helps you zero in on individuals and their performance. The next chart, a pie chart, combines all the information in the first bar chart and then unifies it. This helps you compare see the performance of your team as a whole. The last chart, also a pie chart, summarizes your team’s offline and online minutes.
This chart is specifically designed so our clients can easily see just how motivated their team is or was. As mentioned before, users will be able to query information in different time frames. Overall, the chart view gives you a visual representation of your team’s productivity. This tool is especially useful for team meetings as it quickly summarizes group and individual performance.
For larger amounts of data (like the above image), Worksnaps provides the ability to drill into the data simply by clicking on the column. The details will then be provided on top of the current data for further and more in-depth analysis.
The last reporting feature, called the calendar view shows the user how many minutes were logged during a particular time period. This option helps you see which days are particularly productive or which days are slow. This tool could be used to predict when to give your team a healthy push or when to assign a task of a sort. Further, the calendar-reporting feature could be used to track just how well your team is keeping up with the tasks that they were assigned to. This particular reporting feature really does help managing your team in relevance to a given time frame.
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