How do I create a workload report for current spring

How do I create a workload report for current spring

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You should be able to use the workload pie chart to do what you are after.

It will look like this:

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To do this for just the current sprint, you'll need to create a saved filter. I would suggest something along the lines of:

project = '<your project ID'> and sprint in openSprints()
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Steven Behnke Community Champion Jul 31, 2016

What is a workload report to you?

users workload. I would like to monitor the team members workload within the current sprint. This is a must when planning the sprint. You want to make sure you properly utilized working hours of all members...

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Aug 01, 2016

Sure but I have no way of knowing what data you're tracking or what format you want the report in. It sounds like you have time estimates and your team is logging time spent, and you want to look for over-allocation or under-allocations. Is that correct?

Thanks, seems like doing the work.

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