Can anyone explain me what is the meaning of under-allocation value coming in red color on the Team-details page. Below is the screenshot:
That would be a negative
Yes, bracket means negative value. But we have seen bracket values in Black and red color both.
So, what is the difference between them.
This value is simply showing that the resource has remaining availability. So in April, they have the ability to work 168 hours, but have only been allocated for 126, leaving them with 25 hours of additional availability. The goal should be to get that number as close to zero as possible to fully utilize the resource.
You mean like 168 = 126 + 25 and not 151
This is what the documentation says
Under Allocation: This currency field is specific to both the project and resource. This fieldcompares allocation to availability. If a resource is not allocated 100% an under allocationvalue appears. This field is normally blank.Under Allocation = Resource Availability − Resource Aggregate Allocation
Which to me suggest that under allocation is what is not allocated from the availability considering allocations in all the projects/investments.
If there is under allocation then there is a number in black. If the resources is over allocated (when considering all the investments) then the number is the over allocation but in red or brackets or both depending on the format setting for negative numbers.
I would add "Other Allocation" to get a better understanding of the total allocation, as the resource may have other allocations. I would not assume that the resource you are showing only has a single allocation.
Also add Aggregate Allocation
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