Work Log

From the Work-log page, you can check all the stats for each engineer as code commits, merge commits, pull requests open, pull requests merged, pull requests comments and pull requests reviews. In order to see these stats, you need to click the bubbles (commits) or rhombus (pull requests).

From this page, you’re able to filter by teams, repos, period and date.

Daily Update

From the Daily Update page, you can check the speed of your team by checking last week’s impact with this week’s impact; daily, you need to check how the red line performs; the grey line is the last week’s impact. 

On this page, you can also see the work focus of yesterday and if authors didn’t check-in code.

From this page, you’re able to filter by each team.

Developer Summary

From the developer summary page, you will see a report for each engineer. You can see a summary of his work from the last period, his focus, a summary graph, the risk, and all the commits.

From this page, you’re able to filter the name of the engineer, repos, period and date.

In order to see the stats for each engineer, you can search for it or select it from the filters menu.

If you scroll down, you will be able to see all the commits and the focus and the risk for each commit.

Retrospective

From the retrospective page, you’re able to see how much of the code was productive and how much churn. In the right part of the page, you will see the amount of productive throughput, raw throughput, and efficiency rate.

From this page, you’re able to filter by teams, repos, period and date.

Project Timeline

From the project timeline, you’re able to see high-level stats as total impact, code volume, commits volume, commits per active day, the work trend: Absolute, Relative, Stacked and the top performers for each metric (New Work, Legacy Refactor, Help others and Churn)

From this page, you’re able to filter by teams, repos, period and date.

Time Card

From the time card page, you’re able to see at what hour the engineers commit often, in the first part of the page you will see the average hour of committing for all the project and if you scroll down you will see the stats for each engineer, if you click the square you will also see the number of commits for that hour. 

From this page, you’re able to filter by teams, repos, period and date.

Dashboard

The dashboard page is the most used feature because include all the raw stats for the project and the engineers. On the top page, you will see the overall impact, efficiency, commits/day and active days. When you scroll down you will see the total impact, code volume, commits volume and commits per active day.

From this page, you’re able to filter by teams, repos, period and date.

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