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Measuring progress by module with a project time summary

One of Intervals more powerful features is its ability to break down a project’s tasks into modules. What are modules? Think of them as a list of task categories available to all of your projects. For example, modules can be used to break down a project into phases like discovery, design, development, and deployment.

Once the project is underway, Intervals makes it easy for a project manager to measure progress by module. Specifically, the project time summary page provides a detailed breakdown of project work for each module.

Using the example of allocating modules as project phases, the time summary page will show the number of hours and billable amounts for each phase. This data is important for analyzing each project phase and understanding they measure up to our expectations.

Furthermore, the time summary page will break down the hours by work type, so we can answer questions like “how much time did we spend in meetings during the discovery phase?”

The time summary page can be accessed from the left column of any project view. Then click on “View by module” to group the data into your project phases. The example above shows how modules can be used to measure the amount of time spent in each project phase.

As with all Intervals pages and reports, the data can be shared via email, downloaded as a PDF, or exported to Excel.

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