How to Use Charts

An overview of Runn's project and people charts

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Written by Shannon Toe
Updated over a week ago

In Runn, there are three types of real-time charts for you to visually track your performance and projections as you draw out your plans.

They allow you to see how you’re going across all your projects and people, so you can see how your overall business or department is going.

Here is a video on how charts work:

How to use charts

Click on the the chart button on the Planner.

Adjust the size as needed by dragging the grey bar.

Determine if you want to see the information by day or week.

You can also through different time periods by using the navigation tools on top.

Choose the type of Chart you'd like to see on the far right side:

Use the filter to get more specific- you can filter for teams, tags, roles, type, and even specific projects or people.

Please note that that whatever you if you are on the People Planner, whatever you filter for in charts will show in the planner filter too - so you can easily dive down into the data:

Types of Charts:


The Capacity & Workload chart gives you visibility over your people’s capacity and upcoming workload. Hover over a data point in the chart to view how your confirmed & tentative workloads and what remaining capacity you have for that period.

Read more on how calculations are made here.

Availability Chart

The Availability chart gives you an overview of how many hours your people have available on any given day, considering your current workload. Hover over a data point to view the time period’s Maximum Capacity, scheduled Workload Total and remaining Availability. Note that anything in red indicate NO MORE availability.

You this as a quick Bench Report to see which days are in the "green".

Read more on how calculations are made here.

Utilization Chart

The Utilization chart shows your utilization rates so you can see if your people are under-utilized, over-utilized or tracking just right. Hover over a data point to see how your people's time is split between billable and non-billable work.

Read more on how calculations are made here.

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