Issue with Task progress bar on the Timesheet

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Unable to see task progress bar in the Timesheet.

(Originally posted by sdenten1)
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Hi,

Thank you for using Replicon Community.

We would need more information regarding your settings on Replicon to ascertain what is the cause of this behaviour. There are multiple factors which could affect this. Hence, I would suggest you contact Replicon Support so that we can help you with the same.



 
Thanks



(Originally posted by Lingaraj Dharwad)
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Lingaraj Dharwad, Product Champion

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If the task progress bar is showing up for some of the projects/tasks and not show up for other projects, then note that the progress bar will only show if estimated hours have been setup at the task level. 

Refer to the screenshots below: 





Should task progress bar be completely missing for all projects despite setting up the estimated hours as shown above, then this option needs to be enabled in the timesheet template assigned to the users. 



Feel free to reply back should you still have issues post following the steps mentioned above.

Thanks,
Lingaraj
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Barens, Kelly

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I was having a similar issue. Progress bar would show up for some projects but not others. It seems that the only time the progress bar appears on timesheets is when a task is selected, not just a project. I created a test task for the project (which had no tasks created), put in the estimated hours and refreshed the timesheet. Voila, the progress bar appeared.
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Hi Kelly,

Replicon supports task progress bar only. The progress bar hence appears only when you have a task associated with the project on the timesheet.

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Aashnee
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Barens, Kelly

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Yes, I figured that out myself. Perhaps it should be called the task progress on the timesheets instead of just progress.