We're officially more than halfway through the year and things have not been slowing down at Runn! We're excited to have released a bunch of new features this month, including some that many of you have been requesting 😀.
We've refreshed the People Planner, you can add part-time work weeks for your people, integrate with WorkflowMax, and more!
If you have any questions or comments you can always reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our in-app chat.
The People Planner got a makeover! We have refreshed the color scheme, and instead of viewing each person's capacity in percentages, you'll now be viewing them in terms of hours.
We made this change to help you quickly find the right person to schedule for assignments based on how many hours they have available. For example, if you need to create a 2 hour assignment, you'll quickly see who has more than 2 hours available from the People Planner.
We are keen to hear what you think - let us know your thoughts!
Runn now lets you have more control over your people's different work arrangements. Contracts can be customized so that you can select the specific workdays for everyone who doesn't work the traditional Monday to Friday.
These will be blocked out as time-off in the planners.
Want to view all your people's utilization rates at a glance? Check out our brand new People Utilization Report. For any past work, this report pulls the actuals data from your people's timesheets, or if you don't use the timesheets, Runn uses the hours that have been assigned.
You can also view utilization by billable and non-billable work. Check out this blogpost about utilization rates and why they should only be taken with a grain of salt.
Runn now integrates with WorkflowMax, a job and time tracking app from Xero. As with our other integrations, you can sync your people, clients, projects, and any timesheet entries from WorkflowMax into Runn.
Here's what we've just added. Estimate your team's capacity and upcoming workload, filter your projects and people planners, and forecast comfortably with fall-back role costs.