Reporting in Targetprocess is now done via built-in integration with Vizydrop, our free data visualization software. The Visual Reports Editor features a comfortable drag-n-drop interface, a powerful formulas editor for custom calculations, the ability to aggregate fields, add annotations and milestones, compare and explore data, and dig down for low level details. New reports will automatically be made using the new editor, but all of your old reports are still available.
Tabular custom reports provide an interface to extract data from database and present it in in form of lists / tables.
You might want to check what’s been going on in a project over a certain time period: who’s done what, when, how fast. You may also want to know how intensively the tool has been used.
REST API provides an easy way to extract data from Targetprocess and to put it to Microsoft Excel or XML / JSON-formatted files. Reporting via the REST API requires some moderate technical knowledge.
Custom graphical reports should be used to see aggregated data and progress over time. Available in versions v3.6.0 - v3.10.0 for Targetprocess accounts hosted in the cloud. Previously created reports are still supported, but it is not possible to create new reports with the old interface. Available in versions v3.6.0+ and still supported for On-Premise accounts
Shows cycle time distribution for completed user stories, features, bugs, tasks, requests within a certain time frame.
This chart helps to make realistic forecasts.
This chart provides an actual forecast for all the work to be completed, plotting progress over time.
Analyzing User Story or Bug development flow.
Available since Targetprocess v.3.10.0 A Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD) shows how much work is in any given state within a particular interval of time. You can use a CFD to find out how much work is done, ongoing, and in
Targetprocess is quite powerful with its ability to do advanced calculations. The system can evaluate values using multiple source fields and properties, common math, and string manipulation operations. As a result you get calculated numeric, date, boolean, text values. They can be
The primary visual graph to track informal dependencies between work items.
Track your progress on various levels using Dashboards.
Using old Time List to track people’s time.
Reporting time with Time Sheet - see the whole week and just the right work items. It saves time and neural cells since time reporting is easy now.
Control the workload and see how much work is assigned during Iterations, Team Iterations, or Release planning.
The Progress Summary view answers the most important question in software development: “When will the release be completed?” This knowledge comes from the historical data analysis and the remaining work calculation. In Targetprocess you can build a Progress