• What reporting is needed?

If you're working on and managing a project, there are several ways to create reporting of a project, which in turn will help you manage it and maintain an overview at all times.

Project report:

You can export a project report into different formats (excel and pdf).

Work breakdown:

The work breakdown widget allows you to make clear estimates of the required work per project phase and allows you to keep your projects perfectly under control. Add tasks and meetings to your project here.

Budget Spent:

'Budget spent' on a project displays your client's budget and how much billable hours are spent. Budget management on projects is a way to keep track of the predetermined budget you and your customer have agreed upon. By allocating resources and estimating time on billable tasks & meetings, you'll know if you are going over budget.


Each project visualizes its profit by giving an overview of the costs you've incurred in relation to the revenue of the project. Read more on profit on projects! 

Timetracking overview:

Next to your profit, you'll see the section "Timetracking". When you click on the button "Details", you'll get an overview of all timetracking linked to this project.


Within the project, you can see the roadmap split up per phase.

Project overview:

When you navigate to the general overview of all projects, you can change the view mode by clicking on the cogwheel in the right hand corner. You can then add the columns 'Spent budget', 'Remaining budget' and 'Forecasted budget' example, to see how much budget was spent and how much you still have left. Adding the column 'Budget status' will allow you to see in the blink of an eye if you went over budget or not.
You can, of course, also add different columns which are of interest to you.

Speaking of always being up to date and having everything in order: the email integration of Teamleader also offers the option to link emails directly to a project and you also have the option to import your old projects.

That's it! You're all set for projects now. Click here for all articles on how to get started with Teamleader.