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In Trello, is there any way to get reporting of what tasks were in the "Doing" list in a given day or week, and how long they were there?

This would help with adding up billable hours, reporting time spent on projects to employers, etc.

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  • Can you parse the activity log for that information? Commented Jul 10, 2012 at 20:23

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Trello does not currently have any time tracking or reporting features.

There is a proposal for a time tracking feature on the Trello Development board.

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  • It would be awesome to see a fogBugz-like time tracking for trello.
    – Onema
    Commented Oct 25, 2011 at 19:58
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    I demand time tracking in Trello. I'll even pay for it as an added feature. How is that for demand. :)
    – user14403
    Commented Nov 14, 2011 at 7:02
  • My boss told me "If they had time tracking in trello we could drop base-camp completely". I also agree with @user14403, lot's of people would pay for a good system like trello for managing projects.
    – Onema
    Commented Nov 23, 2011 at 13:54
  • There have been 409 upvotes for this feature on the Trello forum. Sounds like a mandate from the users to me.
    – Laramie
    Commented Feb 2, 2012 at 4:17
  • @Laramie - If Trello is actually tracking this request somewhere else (e.g. Trello forum); it'd be good to get that link. Commented Feb 16, 2012 at 4:38
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Trello has an API, and there are several blog posts about building your own features to do reporting. There are also existing apps that interact with the API, like:

ChartBreeze (Trello charts and reporting) - http://www.chartbreeze.com

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I've successfully used Reports for Trello, powerful and free to use.

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We have reviewed all the Trello Time Tracking options here. There are now a number of options that range from traditional time tracking tools where you record or manually add time to tasks and can generate timesheets from that. To tools that will generate reports on how long individual cards took to complete, or how long groups of cards took to complete. Take a look at the guide we wrote (we update it regularly) and pick the best option for you :)

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