Category Report

Get Actionable Insights & Spot Work Patterns

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Written by Sarka Valkova
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Categories allow you to view how time is spent across different categories, making it easier to detect work patterns. We automatically categorize apps and websites into one of 16 predefined categories. To view or change which category apps and websites belong to, please visit this article.

An overall category report translates all time spent on different apps and websites into actionable information to aid in your decision-making processes.

What You Will Find In the Category Report

To locate this Report, go to Reports - Work Type - Categories tab.

The Category Report presents data for all 16 categories, including the Uncategorized category.

This report can be filtered by the employee, and the time period and data will change accordingly. The report consists of the following parts:

  • Average Usage Per Category

When you land on the Category Report, you will see a radar chart displaying average usage of all categories.

  • Highlights Section

In the highlight section, you'll find information on which category has been used the most in the remote environment, and in the office environment. You'll also see which category tool has had the most productive hours spent, as well as unproductive hours.

You can compare two periods, and aside from the information in the Highlights section, you will also see highlighted the category which has the biggest increase in total hour usage between the 2 periods.

  • Category Usage Overview

In Category Usage Overview, you can see all 16 categories listed by total hours, in descending order. For each, you can see a split between usage in the Remote environment, and in the Office Environment. Additionally, you can observe productivity levels, which provide a breakdown of hours into productive, unproductive, and neutral hours. For more detailed insights into time spent, hover over the Locations and Productivity Level graph to view all data for each category.

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