In Runn, there are four 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.

How to use charts

  1. Click on the the chart button on the Planner.

  2. Use the drop-down menu to select which chart you want to view.

  3. If desired, filter the charts down using the options on the left. For example, if you have interdisciplinary teams, you can even drill down deeper and look at the data for specific roles within the team.

  4. Hover over a data point on the charts to get more specific information.

  5. Turn on the Tentative toggle to see the impact of your tentative projects.

Pro tip! You can adjust the height of your charts to suit your screen. Drag the gray bar below the charts.

Our charts

1. Capacity & Workload Chart

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 the Confirmed Workload and Maximum Capacity translate from hours into dollars.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. Project Billings Chart

The Project Billings chart gives you an indication of the financial value your projects will be bringing in per day. If you have toggled Show Tentative Projects on, when you hover over a data point you will see how much financial value the Confirmed projects will bring in compared to the Tentative projects. 

Learn more about Project Billings here.

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