A report provides a structured and formated way to view your cards, tasks or to-dos. You can Group your report to easily segment the information into categories down to 2 levels. We have now released the possibility to tally up the information in your fields to each grouped level as well as other operations! Those needing reports using Custom fields in Trello or Asana across boards and projects should be happy with this latest enhancement.
Subtotals for reports
When a field is populated by numeric values, you can now add the ability to view summary information at the bottom, including the sum. This can be used, for example, in a field displaying expenses. The expenses can be summed for each group level, and as well, have a final total. In the example below, the report is grouped by Assignee, and 2 Custom fields from Asana called Budget and Time are added, with sums for each group, and a Total at the bottom.
Many of you are required to start making year-end reports based on data that resides within Asana and Trello. Bridge24 should be part of your solution to create useful data products such as structured reports, and visual charts. Especially now, given that both support the use of custom fields!
Use Custom Fields to Create Dynamic Charts
Custom fields are a widely used feature within Asana and Trello since they allow you to add fields for your specific workflow. There are so many ways to use them, such as: adding a field to categorize your product, a status field for a special sign-off procedure, a version field for a release, a yes/no for any required action, etc. After all this data has been entered, how can you easily draw useful information to create summaries, or to see trends?
Bridge24 released the ability to use custom fields for grouping in Reports several months ago. Since last week, custom fields can now be used to generate dynamic […]
Trello was first developed as a project management tool. It is web-based, so that team members can complete tasks, collaborate, and track progress wherever they might physically be. It’s now almost 10 years old and still going, along with improvements and updates pretty regularly.
Think of Trello as a series of bulletin boards on a wall. And each bulletin has a title name and a bunch of post-it notes of tasks related to that title. As tasks get completed, they either move to the next board or are removed if they are fully completed.
It is probably already becoming clear that Trello is a great tool for lots of needs other than project management.
The global pandemic outbreak has changed the way we work in just the last few months. More and more companies around the world are encouraging their employees to work from home, trying to halt the spread of the virus.
Now, remote working is such a new norm for most workers across the globe. Getting used to the new routines is not the easiest task, especially for those office-bound employees.
It takes time and effort to adjust and stay productive while working from home. Luckily, this post shows you the ropes.
#1. Adjust Your Goals
In these unprecedented times, you need to understand that your regular work patterns and team dynamics will be disrupted. It also will generate new and competing goals across your business to stay relevant.
That’s why you need to review and rethink your goals. It would help if you kept goals that […]
Trello is all about effective time and project management, giving you the tools to organize and visualize relevant tasks. If your priorities change over time, you can easily rearrange them. Trello provides you with boards so you can organize your work or personal responsibilities into lists of cards.
Instead of wasting time on long meetings or email threads, you can simply use this great tool and slip into task-based communication.
It saves you time and safeguards the staff from forgetfulness while also clarifying complex projects. This simple yet powerful system enables you to track tasks across various stages of progress.
What Is Trello Used for?
Although Trello is an excellent tool for project management that can help you with delegating and monitoring tasks, it is also applicable to other areas of your life. You can use it to organize almost anything, as well as increase your own productivity.
By Aran Davies|2020-04-30T08:18:17-04:00April 30th, 2020|
Bridge24 provides a powerful reporting capability for Asana, Basecamp, Trello, and AceProject. We now have added the ability to save your Report setup and layout parameters so that multiple report definitions can be used without having to modify it each time.
Accessing saved reports
A new Report list layout has been provided under the Reports area. Access by clicking on the Reports link on the top right (be sure to select your filter to use in the report, since it is contextual). A Report can be copied/duplicated, and within each definition, select different fields and settings. You can drag & drop to order the reports on the list. Click on the name to run it.
When creating or editing a report, the Report Parameters panel contains the following tabs:
Setup – set grouping and ordering, as well as orientation
Most project managers would agree that Basecamp is the simplest and easiest software for project management. That is because of its basic features and presentation. With the exclusion of the kanban boards and Gantt charts, basic features make Basecamp best-suited for teams who want uncomplicated project management software. This tool may be best for smaller teams but for larger teams and projects that would need more features, this is where alternatives to Basecamp come in. If you are looking for a professional reporting and exporting tool for Basecamp, we suggest you try Bridge24 for Basecamp.
When looking for an alternative to Basecamp, the software’s specific features and functionalities are the things to weigh. It would be wise to choose an alternative tool that functions best according to the needs of the project. For this, we specify the specialties of these 8 best Basecamp alternatives:
Airtable – for creative projects
Podio – for the best value
Asana – […]
By Mae Virtucio|2020-02-06T11:28:34-05:00February 6th, 2020|
Asana project tracking and work management software is providing teams and customers the needed features to help them adapt to changes and move quickly. Indeed, the business landscape and the work environment is continually changing, sometimes slowly but also at times suddenly. With the right tools and capabilities, teams can spend less time coordinating and more time focusing on work that matters. In the last 2 months of 2019, the PM platform released a new feature, several enhancements, and improvements, as well as a couple of new integrations. For a powerful reporting and exporting tools for Asana, give Bridge24 for Asana a try.
Feature – Portfolio Search and Privacy
Asana released the Portfolio feature for its Business and Enterprise customers in the last quarter of 2018. Since then, new features have been added to the basic capability of monitoring the progress of important initiatives and company objectives. Last December, a […]
There is a mixture of feelings when seeking a new job. It can be nerve-racking and exciting at the same time while waiting for a response to be interviewed. It may seem that job hunting is plainly waiting but it is not because one must work hard to get the job. Back in the day, it was doubly difficult when job hunting because one needs to be physically present when submitting an application. Today, the nature of job hunting has also evolved through the use of technology. Thanks to Trello, one can now clearly organize his job hunting. In this article, we will cover the ways on how to use Trello to maximize the chances of getting a prospective employer.
Almost all project managers would agree that Basecamp is a top choice as a project management tool. One of the reasons for this is its fixed monthly fee regardless of the size of the team. However, there are project managers who would go for an alternative tool that has a similar approach to Basecamp. We will cover the 6 best alternatives of Basecamp in this article so one has a reference which tool to go to.
What are the 6 best Basecamp alternatives?
With so many tools to choose from when it comes to project management, how can a project manager spot the one with the best value? Here is a compilation of software that can be the best alternative to Basecamp: Trello, Asana, ProofHub, Monday.com, Hive, and Freedcamp.
By Mae Virtucio|2020-01-30T18:50:47-05:00January 30th, 2020|
This 2020, project managers have a lot to choose from when it comes to software for project management. For a friendly-user tool, Asana and Basecamp are better among others, but choosing which one to go for is the reason to differentiate them in this article.
When it comes to clients and company success from start-up up to the present, Asana and Basecamp have already proven their value in the market. There are plenty of articles that offer the best reviews about Asana and Basecamp that is why we will focus the discussion on comparing them to figure out the best choice.
Between Asana and Trello, how can a project manager determine which tool is better? Fret not, this article will breakdown the different features between the two, so one can best decide which one fits the most to a project.
Although Asana and Trello are both successful, Trello has gained more popularity. Trello has reached over one million active users every day in 2016 and it continued to grow after one acquisition by Atlassian. Today, one million teams are enjoying the services of Trello.
How Trello looked like when it started:
In 2018, Asana proudly had 50,000 paying organizations. The founder of Asana celebrates steady progress and is not intimidated by competitors (including Atlassian) even if it is a smaller company. Trello does […]
By Mae Virtucio|2020-01-26T20:13:37-05:00January 26th, 2020|