QLM Report - New UI

QLM reports enable tracking of tasks associated with milestones and monitoring the resolution status of critical bugs for timely fixes. They also assist in ensuring your team meets release deadlines.  


For instance, as a project manager using Opkey's QLM for an ERP release project scheduled in six months, you've divided the timeline into six one-month milestones, each with specified tasks. QLM reports help track all associated tasks at a single place. 

Let’s understand how it can be created in Opkey. 

Login to the Opkey portal and navigate to the Reports tab. Select QLM Report


Click Create Report in the next window. 


Enter the Name, and select the mode (Private, Public, or specific). 

Private - Allows only the owner of the report to view.

Public - Enables everyone to view.

Specific - Enables specific associated users to view.


Add the type of widget required for the report. The available widgets are - 

Filtered List, Pivot Table, Total Count, Remaining Days, Two Dimensional Filter Statistics, Donut Chart, and Stacked Bar charts.

Let's have a look at a few of the available widgets and the kind of report you get using them:

The first widget is the Filtered List.

Click on the Add button to add a Filtered list. 


Enter the name, X-axis elements, Y-axis elements, and enable the Auto-Refresh button. Click Create.


A filtered list with details of the Test case ID, name, and related fields gets created. 


The next widget is of Pivot table. Click on the Add button of the Pivot table.  


On the pop-up enter the name, X-axis elements, and Y-axis elements. Click Create Y-axis


We can see the status of the release being shown in the widget, as per the release, milestone, and priority. 


Click the Add filter icon at the top to apply custom filters to this widget. 


Select the filter and apply. 


We can customize the widget’s size as per our requirements using the side arrows.


The next widget is Total Count. Click on the Add button next to it. 


Enter details of Names, and modules, and add filters. Click Create


The count of total artifacts is shown. 


Now, let's add the bar graph widget Click on the Add button near to the Bar Graph. 


Enter the details of the name, module, and column, add filters, and enable auto refresh. Click Create.


The bar graph is created. 


Likewise, you can add widgets of Remaining Days, Two Dimensional Filter Statistics, Donut chart, and Stacked Bar charts. 

You’re at the end of the article. 

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