Within Monograph, you have access to several reporting options depending on the type of data that you'd like to see. This guide will show you how to look at project time log reporting for a single project and all its respective phases.
Getting to Time Log
Select the specific project you'd like to look into from the Projects tab on the main menu. After selecting the project of your choice, click on the Time Log tab from the navigation menu directly beneath the project name (as pictured below).
Project Time Log Views
From Time Log you can use the various grouping and filters to narrow down the information, as shown below:
This will show as the default view reflecting all entries during the selected time period and display the Employee, Date, Note, Role, Rate, Hours, and Value. You can use the Filter by People or Phase to narrow down further. At the bottom of the chart, we display the running total for Hours and Value.
💡 If a user does not have a role and rate assigned to them on the project, but logs time and is not assigned a default role, we will include the hours they worked here; however we will not be able to display a value until we know the individual's billable hourly rate. You'll need to use the Timesheets Audit to make adjustments.
However, if the individual does have a default role assigned to them, then we will include the value of their work at their default rate.
This option will allow you to filter all entries by either People (specific members of your team), Phases of the project, or Activities logged in timesheets. If you wish to select another filter view or remove the current filter view, click on the "X" icon within the filter box as shown below.
This will group your current data together by Entries, Activities, or Phases. To restore to the default view and remove grouping and filtering click the Refresh button on your web browser.
Export Time Log
Once you have generated the data and filtered or grouped accordingly, you may export this information into a CSV format. You may download the information by clicking on the "Export" button located on the upper-right corner.