Introducing Project Labels [New Feature]

Michael Payne | April 17th, 2023 |

Screenshot showing a list of project labels

We’re excited to announce that Intervals now includes project labels. This new feature empowers you to group your projects into custom categories. Project labels are now available to all Intervals customers and can be found in the Settings & Defaults section of your account.

The labels you create and how you use them is entirely up to you. This customizable list of labels could represent project phases, statuses, or services. When you create your list of project labels, drag and drop them into the right order for your workflow. Similar to task statuses, the labels will appear in their sorted order on project pages and reports.

Use the project labels to filter your project and task listings — and focus on the work that matters most in the moment. Additionally, labels can also be used to filter report data, so you can analyze your efforts based on how you’ve categorized your projects.

Video Introduction to Project Labels

Running Time: 4:01

If you would like to skip ahead, the video includes the following chapter markers:

00:05 Why Use Project Labels?
00:15 Use Case – Project Workflow
00:42 Use Case – Project Categories
00:56 Who can edit labels?
01:06 Managing Project Labels
02:08 Assigning labels to projects
02:58 How labels are used in reports
03:33 Bonus functionality

Please refer to this help article for more information on how to use project labels.

Tips on how to use project labels.

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