Visualize your data like never before

Visualize your data like never before

Visualize your data like never before

Create custom charts from the underlying data

Slice & dice by any of your custom fields

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Open items insights tab
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Line chart

Track multiple metrics with a Line chart and see the longer-time trends.

  • Total work completed over time

  • Created vs completed tasks

  • Open Bugs vs Bugs Squashed

  • Estimated Time vs Logged Time

Track multiple metrics with a Line chart and see the longer-time trends.

  • Total work completed over time

  • Created vs completed tasks

  • Open Bugs vs Bugs Squashed

  • Estimated Time vs Logged Time

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Line chart with dual axis

Plot two different units in one chart with the Dual Axis Line chart. Pick one metric on the left axis and another on the right axis. See the trends over the selected time period.

Plot two different units in one chart with the Dual Axis Line chart. Pick one metric on the left axis and another on the right axis. See the trends over the selected time period.

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Scatter plot

See the outliers visually in a Scatter Plot chart. Each circle is a completed work item. The higher the circle, the longer it took to complete it. Hover the mouse to see how long each step took.

See the outliers visually in a Scatter Plot chart. Each circle is a completed work item. The higher the circle, the longer it took to complete it. Hover the mouse to see how long each step took.

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Workload (forecast)

See your work delivery forecasts based on historical data

The burndown of the remaining work on a weekly total until all the work is done

Switch between the Optimistic, Realistic, and Pessimistic scenarios

See your work delivery forecasts based on historical data

The burndown of the remaining work on a weekly total until all the work is done

Switch between the Optimistic, Realistic, and Pessimistic scenarios

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Burndown chart

The Burndown chart shows the amount of work completed in a work scope (such as an epic or sprint) and the total amount of work remaining. It can be used to predict the likelihood of completing the work in time.

The Burndown chart shows the amount of work completed in a work scope (such as an epic or sprint) and the total amount of work remaining. It can be used to predict the likelihood of completing the work in time.

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Workload (planned)

The Workload (planned) chart shows how much work is assigned to each team member for the coming days, weeks, and months. It helps you to quickly see who can take more work and who is overloaded with too much work.

The Workload (planned) chart shows how much work is assigned to each team member for the coming days, weeks, and months. It helps you to quickly see who can take more work and who is overloaded with too much work.

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Forecasting chart

The Forecasting chart allows you to track progress toward a milestone such as the completion of a customer project or a new product release. What is the most likely delivery date based on historical velocity?

The Forecasting chart allows you to track progress toward a milestone such as the completion of a customer project or a new product release. What is the most likely delivery date based on historical velocity?

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Bar chart

The Bar chart is a graph that shows one bar per grouped item (assignee, label, project, etc.) with heights proportional to the selected metric (created, completed etc.). You can use any of your number fields as the unit in the chart.

The Bar chart is a graph that shows one bar per grouped item (assignee, label, project, etc.) with heights proportional to the selected metric (created, completed etc.). You can use any of your number fields as the unit in the chart.

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Stacked bar chart

The Stacked Bar chart adds one dimension to the bar chart, allowing for the segmentation of the bars. In addition to grouping, you can select any item properties as the segments of bars. Track work by any property (assignee, label, etc.) or by week/month/quarter.

The Stacked Bar chart adds one dimension to the bar chart, allowing for the segmentation of the bars. In addition to grouping, you can select any item properties as the segments of bars. Track work by any property (assignee, label, etc.) or by week/month/quarter.

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Multi-bar chart

The multi-bar chart allows for the comparison of multiple number fields in a single chart. Eeah bar represents a single unit (number field). Compare two or more numeric custom fields in a single chart. See trends by week/month/quarter.

The multi-bar chart allows for the comparison of multiple number fields in a single chart. Eeah bar represents a single unit (number field). Compare two or more numeric custom fields in a single chart. See trends by week/month/quarter.

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Number chart

The Number chart displays the selected metric as a single number. Track any metric as a single number.

The Number chart displays the selected metric as a single number. Track any metric as a single number.

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Pie chart

The Pie chart can be used for showing part-to-whole relationship in your data. The slices in the pie represent percentages of the total. The center of the chart displays the sum of values.

The Pie chart can be used for showing part-to-whole relationship in your data. The slices in the pie represent percentages of the total. The center of the chart displays the sum of values.

Cumulative flow chart

The Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD) shows the amount of work in different stages of your workflow during the lifetime of your project. This chart helps you to see trends and spot bottlenecks in your workflow

The Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD) shows the amount of work in different stages of your workflow during the lifetime of your project. This chart helps you to see trends and spot bottlenecks in your workflow

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Table chart

The Table chart allows viewing data as rows and columns. It aggregates the task data into sums, averages, and other statistics.

Create progress lists for your projects, epics, or any other work scope.

The Table chart allows viewing data as rows and columns. It aggregates the task data into sums, averages, and other statistics.

Create progress lists for your projects, epics, or any other work scope.

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Stacked area chart

The Stacked Area chart shows you how your work is split across different activities. Each colored area corresponds to a type of activity, such as bug fix or new feature. How is the time distributed between different activities?

The Stacked Area chart shows you how your work is split across different activities. Each colored area corresponds to a type of activity, such as bug fix or new feature. How is the time distributed between different activities?

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Open items insights tab
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Task list

View your data as rows and columns in a Task list. You can filter the list to contain any subset of items.

  • Which tasks are currently in progress?

  • Who's working on what?

  • Which tasks are blocked, high priority, or overdue?


View your data as rows and columns in a Task list. You can filter the list to contain any subset of items.

  • Which tasks are currently in progress?

  • Who's working on what?

  • Which tasks are blocked, high priority, or overdue?