You would just put in a filter for Parent Project = [project ID]. You can hop on one of our Q&A webinars to see this in action along with a few other ways to filter projects in reports.
Report to run on only one Parent Project
I have a few top level parent projects, like
Each of these folder has individual projects, which in turn has detailed schedules.
While building a report, how do I configure the report to run on only one parent project ? For eg. let's say I want the report to contain data from all child projects which are under Parent - Inflight Projects.
How do I configure this aspect ?
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I have to generate a report which displays the list of Project Assignment Hours for a set of resources for a given duration.
This report should contain data for all projects under "Inflight Projects" .
If I create a Timesheet Report, I get the <Timesheet>.Reported date, which gives me the flexibility to choose the duration for which I want data to be picked up.
But for Timesheet Report, I do not get the Parent Project Field.
I get the Parent Project Field for Project Report, but in that case, I do not get the flexibility to choose the data duration as in Timesheet Report, it does not has <Timesheet>.Reported date.
So, how do i get both Reported date and Parent Project field and possibly users field also.
I have a similar situation, with one main project for R&D, with subprojects for specific departments that have subprojects for specific R&D projects.
I would like to have a report that shows the planned & realized R&D efforts per month, for the main R&D project. But filtering on Parent Project only looks at the first parent of a task, not higher up in the chain. Creating a filter for each specific R&D project is very cumbersome...
A feature where you can filter on everything under a 'parent' project would be really desired.