7pace Timetracker 5 for Microsoft Azure DevOps is rolling out, featuring personal reporting dashboards!
After four years of collecting feature requests, gathering requirements, and two years of development and pilot testing with 50 enterprise customers, today is the day. The 7pace Timetracker 5.0 release includes a full reporting experience.
The new ‘Reporting’ page introduces unlimited ways to collect and present time recording data from within 7pace Timetracker.
Have you ever wanted to create a report that groups tracked time by feature or top-level item?
Or maybe needed a report that rolls up to an Epic and shows your team’s time broken down by user for a certain date range?
These features and more are now possible within the new ‘Reporting’ page.
Right out of the gate, we’ve included six user-friendly default reports: Backlog Report, Epics Report, Last Tracks, Personal Overview, Team Overview Report, and Team Overview Report (Date Period).
Additionally, users can edit any of these reports, create their own or delete reports they don’t need.
Widgets customization is also endless. In addition to the 7+ reporting Widget types, users can also add, edit, reorder or delete columns to Widgets, and import or export Widget definitions.
What else is new…
We’re constantly rolling out updates to 7pace Timetracker based on user requests and the product roadmap. If you haven’t updated since the last major release (Timetracker 4.0) you might have missed out on some really cool features we have included over the last months. Here’s a list of some more new things that are included in Timetracker 5.0.
- The brand new ‘Add Time’ dialog, with lots of space for future enhancements and a completely revised time entering
- Dark Theme, beautifully supporting all color themes from Azure DevOps
- The Approval section has been significantly reworked and now offers the option to assign dedicated approval managers
- The Settings section received several updates, including a new design, cross-project settings, in-product subscription management and a new permission management
- Rules have been introduced (like activity types, comment, etc.)
- Application wide improvements, such as new Hotkeys and updates in the Windows client, Times Explorer and the overall usability
How to get Timetracker 5 & reporting
Current Azure DevOps cloud customers, this update will be rolled out in batches over the next few weeks from today to the end of December. That means you might not see the reporting page in your Timetracker right now, but you can request it.
Customers can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker (on-prem) for DevOps Server for Windows.