Project statistics, like word counts - click screen shot to enlarge

Why This Is Important: It is project manager’s job to follow the project progress. Likewise every translator should know how much he still needs to translate to evaluate the needed time to finish the project. Project Statistics have the basic information all projects should have.

TIP: Use button (from the tracking toolbar) as a shortcut to the Project Statistics dialog box.

The new portlet is in the list of available portlets. You have to configure your dashboard-view and add a new portlet and choose "Project Statistics" from the list.


Picture 1: Project statistics for Finnish language

If you are using Microsoft Project 2013/2010, to display the Project Statistics dialog box:

After you have finished viewing your project statistics you can easily export to PDF and CSV format, by choosing available filters depending on your preferences. This way you can analyse improvements between your release versions.


This dialog box provides a high level project health check in one place within Microsoft Project 2010.

TIP: Use button (from the customised ribbon) as a shortcut to the Project Statistics dialog box.The new portlet is in the list of available portlets. You have to configure your dashboard-view and add a new portlet and choose "Project Statistics" from the list.How to Find: You can display the Project Statistics by clicking the "Statistics" tab in the Multilizer application. The tab is located in the lower right corner in Multilizer. The statistics are provided for project level (called Translation Progress, this option is selected in the screenshot above) and in row level (called Row Statistics).Project usage statistics tracking and reporting, across multiple interfaces, appears to have started lagging after the d.o. D7 upgrade. Though similar delays appeared occasionally before the upgrade, they were not nearly as widespread and consistent as they are now. Site users have identified the following related issues (the numbers refer to the order in which they were discovered and in which they are referenced in the comments):