The Zoho Projects Advanced Analytics powered by Zoho Analytics, our online reporting & business intelligence service, allows you to slice and dice your projects data. Packed with 50+ ready made reports and dashboards that assist you in tracking and enhancing your project deliverables. You can also create your own ad hoc reports to analyze your projects data the way you want. You can view and share reports with your team members to enable collaborative analysis of your project information.
Get to know more about Sharing and Collaboration in Zoho Analytics at https://www.zoho.com/analytics/help/sharing/
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You can configure any numbers of projects as desired to view and track the project progress with multiple report views.
Once the Project's data is synchronized, you can directly access Zoho Analytics dashboard from Global Reports widget.
You can access the Zoho Analytics Workspace by clicking the Go to Zoho Analytics button in the upper-right corner.
You can view the project reports only after the project data is synchronized into Zoho Analytics and see different types of reports for each module.You will be directed to Zoho Analytics reporting workspace setup for this portal. There can be only one reporting workspace setup for a portal.
A message about the synchronization status, is displayed if the synchronization is in progress. You can also try to reload the Zoho Analytics page after sometime.
By default 50+ insightful reports & dashboards are created. The reports are grouped based on module & functionality under different folders. You can view a range of project and milestone based reports capturing useful metrics such as current status of each project in the portal, tasks that are pending in each milestone, Planned vs Actual Time Spent, Target Milestones vs Actual Completed, Top 5 Delayed Open Milestones and so on. You can click on any of the report to view them. You can also edit the default report, if required.
You can view task reports based on various criteria such as task status in each project, total number of tasks completed by its owners month-wise. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
You can view the timesheet report based on the billing hours such as billable and non-billable hours logged for the projects, timesheet report based on projects and so on. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
You can view users report based on various criteria such as milestone completion status for each user, task status for each user and so on. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
You can view billing reports based on various criteria. You can use billing reports to find out details such as revenue generated per project member for each project, top 10 members based on their billed hours and so on. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
You can view burndown reports based on various criteria. Burndown reports are used to find the difference between the projected figures and its variance in project management. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
You can view bug reports based on various criteria. You can use bug reports to find bugs grouped by owners and status, view pie charts providing the distribution of bugs, categorize bugs by severity and so on. You can click on any of the views to display its data based on your requirement.
Once you have integrated Projects in Reports, you can view a variety of insightful reports generated automatically based on your project data. This apart you might also want to do your own analysis and create your own reports. This can be easily done using the easy-to-use drag & drop interface of Zoho Analytics. You can also edit the default reports provided to customize it to your needs using the edit report option. This is similar in flow to that of creating new reports.
Once you have initially synced few projects in Zoho Analytics, you can later start adding or deleting more projects as desired from Zoho Analytics or from Zoho Projects.
The report will reflect the modified project data in the next scheduled import.
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