How should I organize my projects and structure them?
When creating Gryzzly, we thought about the easiest way to keep track of your team’s time.
In order to make time reporting easier for your team and to help you keep a clear vision of your activity and the consumption of your time budgets, we structured the projects as follows:
Projects > Activities > Time spent
Projects are the top entities on which a person can input time.
They contain activities on which your team can also input time.
Each project has several pieces of information attached to it:
- the project’s name.
- the sum of the time planned on this project - optional.
- the sum of the time spent on this project.
- the remaining time not yet consumed _- optional _.
- the time budget consumption percentage - optional.
Activities are the second and last level of detail in Gryzzly’s structure.
Depending on your organization, an activity may be:
- A key activity sold with a project: design, project monitoring, front development, consulting, study, etc.
- A role in a project: designer, developer, project manager, etc.
- Any other macro or micro task on which you want to be able to track time and profitability.
Time spent on a project
The notion of hours logged or time spent corresponds to the volume of hours declared by your team from the chatbot or the dashboard.
These time spent are compared to the times planned and used to monitor the consumption of time budgets for each project and activities.