OverviewAccess Insights by navigating to a board and selecting the Insights tab.
The insights screen is made up of the following sections:
- The green bar showing the total time logged and the filter menu. You can also access reports from the Insights tab
- Basic statistics for your board. These take any active filters into account
- The rest of the page is use for a chart. Use this dropdown to select the type of chart you would like to see
Charts: Effort per memberhttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1623041/punchtime/boards-6.jpg
This chart shows the total effort per member across all matching logs. Use filters to limit the scope, for example by filtering for a specific month, card or label.
Charts: Member activity over timehttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1623041/punchtime/boards-7.jpg
This chart maps activity per member over time. All activity for a member is summed per day.
You can zoom this chart by click-dragging an area of the chart. Hover over the chart to highlight items: a tooltip will pop up showing more information about the activity. You can also filter specific members in the chart by clicking their name in the legend at the bottom of the chart.
Chart: Effort per cardThis chart breaks down logs per Trello card. This makes it easy to visually identify which cards receive most logs (and which did not).
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1623041/punchtime/boards-18.pngCards are displayed as vertical rows and identified by the card id. You can hover the card to see the full name of the card. An extra row is added for logs that did not reference a card.
When using this chart there is one important thing to know: logs that reference multiple cards are included once for each of the cards they refer to. So if I have a log where I mention two cards, that logs will show up twice in the chart. This is the reason the total time displayed in the chart may be more than the total time logged on the board.
Chart: Effort per listThis chart analyses your board's current lists in Trello and looks for cards in those lists that you have logged time on. This makes it easy to see how much time was spent in each of your lists.
Lists are displayed as vertical rows and each row is segmented by the members that logged time on cards in that list. Additionally, an extra row is added to account for all other logs: those not in any of the current lists, cards and lists that are archived, and logs that do not reference a card.
When using this chart there is one important thing to know: logs that reference multiple cards that are not in the same lists are included once for each list their cards refer to. So if I have a log where I mention two cards, each in their own list, that logs will show up twice in the chart. This is the reason the total time displayed in the chart may be more than the total time logged on the board.
Chart: Effort per labelThis chart provides break down logs by their label. This works for both Trello labels and custom labels. Each unique label is presented as a row, with an extra row covering any logs lacking a label reference. Rows are segmented per member and members can be toggled by clicking on their name in the chart legend.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1623041/punchtime/boards-19.png
Chart: Collaborations over timehttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1623041/punchtime/boards-9.jpg
This chart is very similar to the Member activity over time chart, but instead of members it maps collaborations. This is chart is great for analysing how people in your team are collaborating. Especially in scenarios where you have many meetings, practice pair programming or pair designing this is very handy for analysing the effectiveness of collaborations.