In our global time tracking settings we have
Working hours per day - 8
Working days per week - 5
In the control chart for a sprint board I see the following values:
- Without including non-working days in calculations the shown average is:
1w 3d 14h average
- If I choose to "include non-working days" the average will be:
2w 4h 54m average
Since we consider 8 hours per day and 5 days per week I imagine that
1w 3d 14h = 5*8h + 3*8h + 14h = 78h
When adding non-working days I would expect that an extra 16h (2x8h) would be added. So converting the above number would result in 18h+16h = 94h
What I get:
2w 4h 54m = 7*8h + 4h + 54m = 60h54m
If instead of using 8h days in calculations we use 24h days it doesn't match also.
I couldn't find any information regarding how these calculations are done.
All help is appreciated!
I think the data is correct, because the value for non-working days is
*1w 3d 14h average*
And the value for "non-working days included is" 2w 4h 54m average
Thus, I don't see any discrepancy in this as for 2 week sprints the total number of non-working days is "4" (2 weekends) thus if you add 4 days to the initial value of *1W 3d x hours* then if you add 4 days then it's total is *2 weeks x hours* which is the final value.
1 w 3d 14 h
*2w x hours x mins* (as 3d + 4d = 7d which means 1 Week thus total becomes 2 Weeks)
In your example, if a day is 8 hours, why would it display "14h" ?
It would have said 1w 4d 6h
"Since we consider 8 hours per day and 5 days per week I imagine that
1w 3d 14h = 5*8h + 3*8h + 14h = 78h"
I believe, 1 day = 24 hrs
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