The Project Tasks view shows projects on wide rows with bold text. Under those project are subprojects and tasks. The values in those tasks are rolled up to the subproject and project rows as totals. The term "rollup" is just another way of saying totals.
Here are some task fields that are totaled up at the subproject and project levels:
- Duration, Actual work, Remaining work
- Start date, due date, and finish date
- Client and salary costs
- Quoted costs
- Material costs
Mike: Hello everyone thanks for coming back to the land of the interwebs and everything Standard Time®. My name is Mike and I’m here with Ray White of Scoutwest thanks for joining me Ray.
I wanted to talk a little bit about project management today. There is a term I’d like for you to define a little bit better for me and that’s project rollups. What is that?
Yeah. Project rollups are totals. You probably know that Standard Time is more than just a timesheet. When you switch over to the project tasks tab in Standard Time, you will see a list of your tasks there; a list of your projects. Each one of those tasks will have columns. Things like duration, actual work and the values in those columns will total up to the sub-project and the project level. Those are the rollups.
Does it have a Gantt column?
It does, not only is there a Gantt column there are start, finish, due dates, things like that, other fields that the program will total up, rollup for the sub-projects and the projects.
That’s great. Why don’t you tell everyone where they can get a copy of this.
You can go out to the website stdtime.com and download. You can try the windows edition, web edition, both of those are free downloads. You will see those rollups in the project tasks tab.
You heard it. stdtime.com. Get your iOS version, your android, your windows also a cloud version for you to use. All there at stdtime.com.