Selected columns in detail

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In this help article, we take a closer look at some of the columns:


This combined column shows the more specific start time of a task. If a task has a directly set start time, this is displayed. The value corresponds to the value in the "Start (Task)" column. If a task is in a activity or milestone and does not have a direct start time, the start time of the corresponding planning element is used. The value then corresponds to the "Start (Planning Element)" column. If none of these conditions apply, the column remains empty.

Due date

This column shows the more specific end time of a task. If a task has a defined end time, this is displayed and corresponds to the value in the "End (Task)" column. If it does not have a direct end time and is in a planning element (activity or milestone), the end time of the respective planning element is displayed. This corresponds to the value in the "End (Planning Rlement)" column. If the task is not in a planning element and does not have its own end time, this column remains empty.

Progress (Auto)

The "Progress (Auto)" column shows the progress of a project as a percentage, based on the planned and already achieved performance of all tasks. The calculation is performed automatically according to the following scheme:

  • Total duration of the project: sum of the minutes of all planned activities.
  • Weighted duration by progress: For each activity, the planned minutes are multiplied by the progress percentage. The sum of these values reflects the progress achieved.
  • Progress in percent: Dividing the weighted duration by the total duration, multiplied by 100, gives the percentage progress shown in the column.

Example: A project with two activities (200 minutes completed at 50% and 300 minutes completed at 30%) results in a "Progress (Auto)" of 38%, calculated using the formula: ((200 * 0,5 + 300 * 0,3) / (200 + 300)) * 100.