Hello, I would like to get a report showing the parent tasks. Is it possible? Thank you
Here's how I go about it:
Create a column for Parent Rows using the column formula: =JOIN(ANCESTORS([email protected]), ": ")
This returns a string of the text of the parent rows concatenated together with the delimiter ":" (which is optional, use the delimiter of your choice, e.g., comma, semi-colon).
When you create your report, include the Parent Rows column to display the parent rows with each task.
In some cases, I like to take it a step further to include in my reports only the tasks at the lowest level (i.e., only those that do not have sub-tasks). I do this by creating a column for Count of Child Rows using the column formula: =COUNT(CHILDREN([email protected]))
This returns a value of 0 for those tasks with no sub-tasks. Use this as a filter criterion for the report.
~ Annie ~