This chart shows the number of tasks based on the Assignee, Task type, Priority, Status, Epic Link and Task Group.
Assignee: – Number of tasks and percentage of tasks assigned to each resource
Task Type: – Number of tasks count with respect to their task type
Status: – Number of tasks count with respect to their status
Epic link: – Number of tasks count with task type as ‘EPIC’ and have linked task
Task Group: – Number of tasks count with respect to their task groups.
Priority: – Number of tasks count based on their priority.
For example: – Let us choose the ‘Wordpress Project’ and we
Assignee:-Daniel has been assigned to 48 tasks, Mark has been assigned to 32 tasks, Mike has been assigned with 2, Richard has been assigned 7 tasks and 99 are unassigned in the project. (Refer Image-1)
Task Type: -Here ‘Development’ task type has 125tasks, ‘Idea’ task type has 5 task,’Email for marketing’ has 2 task and so on. (Refer Image-2)
Status: – Closed-42, Resolved-39, new-52, in-progress-12
Priority: – Low-29, Medium-110, High-6 ( Refer Image-3)
Epic link: – There is one task that has ‘Epic’ as task type and has links to another task.
Task Group: – There are 110 tasks in backlog, 6 task in development, 6 tasks in graphic design,5 tasks in QA, and so on.