In a single week, teams generate a great deal of progress, artifacts, lessons, and success. Even with a tool that makes it easier for your team to share all of that work, it can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming to surface it in a valuable way. How do you track down and review high-level team progress about specific work topics?
To address this challenge for teams and their leaders, we created Reports.
With Reports, managers and ICs (individual contributors) can quickly gather the key takeaways from projects and sprints. Filter your team’s Check-ins and updates by Flags, Tags, and time period to access relevant work, as well as a graph of team activity. You’ll run better retrospectives and share project updates that are more comprehensive — and more human.
Additionally, Range users can now access visualizations and aggregated data that captures how often specific Flags and Tags are used and who’s using them most frequently.
When you land on the Reports page, you’ll notice there’s already a handful of reports there waiting for you. Click the Run this report button under one of them to see what activity your team has shared that can be tracked and reviewed in the report.
If after running a report you are presented with a message that reads “We couldn’t find any mentions of these keywords,” this means your team hasn’t published any Check-ins or updates with the keywords (Flags and Tags) that are included in the filter settings, or that they haven’t done so within the time frame selected.
You can change each of these filters. Here’s how that works.
Within Reports, you can edit the following filters to generate the report you’re looking for.
When you’re ready to create your own reports in Range, just click the Generate a report button and add a keyword to get started. As noted above, you have control and flexibility over what data gets presented from your team’s workspace as well as the team and timeframe for which you want to generate the report.Create a report in Range