Tabs are the building blocks of the report. By default, you have one of each kind. And each one serves its own purpose.

Pivot Report Tabs

Issue Structure Tab

Why: provides a better understanding of the context.

How: by displaying issue trees like Epic > Story > Sub-task. Custom hierarchу levels like Initiatives and Themes from Portfolio are also supported

Issue Structure TabRead more about the Issue Structure tab.

Pivot Tab

Why: everyone loves pivot tables when they are done by someone else.

How: allows to see distributions like remaining time per assignee per issue type grouped by project made in just several clicks. Cool, ha?

Pivot TabRead more about the Pivot tab.

Worklogs Tab

Why: get a better understanding of where spent time is invested. Well, compared to Jira default views, it’s not better, it’s just superior.

How: display data from worklogs as a pivot table. The value can’t be changed, it’s always time spent, but you can play around with date range and pivoting options.

Worklogs Tab

Read more about the Worklogs tab.

Capacity Tab

Why: get something meaningful from the due dates in issues.

How: map Original Estimates per assignee to periods like a month, two weeks, etc. with an option to split period by days.

Capacity TabRead more about the Capacity tab.

Warnings Tab

Why: if a plan doesn’t have flaws, it’s probably just because you haven’t noticed them yet.

How: a customizable set of markers that highlights possible flaws. May be treated as a fellow project manager, who’ve seen some stuff.

Warninings Tab

Warnings Configuration

Read more about the Warnings tab.

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