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Organizing your projects

How are projects organized in Gryzzly? In order to facilitate time reporting by your team!

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Written by Tida
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Structure your projects in Gryzzly

When creating Gryzzly, we wondered about the easiest way to track working hours.😊

To facilitate your team’s work hour reporting and to offer clarity over your activities and your time budget status, we organized projects in the tool as follows:

Project > Task > Duration

Time entry


A project is the root and the largest level in your tree structure.

It contains the tasks and/or groups of tasks upon which your team members can report their working hours.


Task groups

A task group corresponds to the intermediate level in your project tree. Depending on your business model, a task group may correspond to:

  • A part of the project: a level of interim granularity that enables more precise monitoring.

  • A project stage: a milestone for projects that are spread out over time.

  • A service: one of several services rendered as part of the same project.

This also enables users to sort services by their invoicing method

Task groups


A task is a project’s last level of detail. Depending on your business model, a task may relate to:

  • An expenditure item for a cost estimate: building a homepage, kick-off meeting.

  • A key activity rendered for a project: design, project monitoring, front-end development, consulting, research, etc.

Or any other macro task whose profitability and time spend you want to be able to track.


Time spent

👉 In Gryzzly, concepts like hour input and time spent relate to the number of hours reported by your team via chatbot or dashboard.

These times are then compared to the time frames allotted to the activities and used to monitor time budget spending for each project. 😊

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