This document describes workload statistics in classic project management.
When a team is collaborating, there are often requirements for the working time of the issue. CODING allows you to set the estimated time when creating an issue (requirement, task, or bug). After you have created the issue, you can log time, add task progress, and perform other operations. After you enter the spent time (amount of time worked) and estimated remaining time, the system will automatically generate a complete worklog, which is helpful for team reviews and efficiency analytics after iterations have been completed. The following example uses a requirement to demonstrate how you can set and edit the time.
When creating an issue, you can enter the Estimated Time in hours for the issue (must be no more than 10,000 and 2 decimal places) on the right.
On the Create Issue or issue details page, you can enter data in Progress on the right and adjust the issue progress. Take note that the current progress cannot be modified if the requirement includes sub-issues. The progress is automatically calculated using the following formula: Parent issue progress = SUM (Direct sub-issue progress) ÷ SUM (Number of direct sub-issues).
Progress statistics allow the progress to be automatically updated to 100% when the issue transitions to Completed. You will need to configure the workflow of the requirement/task separately in Project Settings > Project Collaboration. Select Change Field Value in Configuration Rules, set the current step as Any Status > Completed, and set the field being changed to Progress. Enter a progress of 100 and the progress will be automatically updated after the configuration is applied.
Only members of user groups with Management Permissions enabled can modify or add custom statuses. See Custom Workflows for details.
In Worklog, you can select View Worklog and switch between the action log and worklog on the Issue Details page. The worklog shows previous operations on the current issue worklog and is sorted by the start time entered in Record Time. You can view the member that recorded the time, start time, and description.
Deleted worklog cannot be restored. Proceed with caution.