Did you know? Workfront has 70 reports built into the system to get you started tracking and measuring work! These reports are intended to provide quick and easy visibility into the relevant information about the work being done, for you and your users.
Some of the 70 reports help you focus on getting work done and monitoring work in progress. Reports such as:
Projects By Condition
My Submitted Issues
Let's dig deeper into Workfront system reports:
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To access reports in Workfront, go to the Reporting area, click the Reports tab, and then click All Reports.
The list of available reports can be quite long. The All Reports list shows you every report available to you in Workfront, whether they’re the built-in reports or ones written by your users.
So let’s create a filter to see just these “out of the box” reports and filter out the reports that users in your organization created.
Start by going to the Filter menu and select New Filter.
Click Add a Filter Rule and search for the field source and field name called Report >> Global ID. This is the field Workfront uses to identify which reports are in the system by default.
Make sure to set the qualifier to Is not blank.
Click Save, then name the filter “System Default Reports.” Click Save Filter one more time.
Now the list shows you all of the Reports that Workfront provides.
Try the Grouping called Folder & Type to organize the reports by the type of report -- project, timesheet, document, task, etc.
Each report also has a detailed description to let you know what the report is for. All of the built-in reports are shared globally, meaning anyone with access to reports in Workfront can use them.
You can use these reports “as is,” or you can use them as a base for writing other reports.