# What is it and how does it work?
GitScrum offers, processes, and produces many data on the activity of a project in order to generate relevant information regarding how the work has been performed by the team. In this material, you will see some ways to view data about the activities related to a project, and also to you as an individual user.
# Project Changelog
The laravel monitors all task changes through the workflow of a project, which means that GitScrum offers extremely relevant and useful resources from this monitoring. One of them is summarized in a history that is generated for each project in GitScrum, which enables the user to see how the tasks are evolving in the workflow.
To view the changelog of a project, just access any project to which you have access, and then on the left side menu, select the “Changelog” option as shown on the image below by step 01. On the page of your changelog, you can also view summarized information about the activities (check highlight A on the image).
# Project Activities
By accessing the dashboard of a project through the left side menu selection the “Dashboard” option (as shown by step 01 on the image below), you will have a series of information about your project (for more details, access the material about your Projects) and on the right portion of your screen, a list of your project’s activities will be displayed (shown by highlight A on the image), showing the user and which action was performed.
Still in the view of the project dashboard, you can view the contributions to the project in two different graphics. The first one, highlighted on the image below, shows a daily representation of the contributions throughout one year. This graph must be interpreted as: Each column represents one week of the year. Each line represents one day of the week. The Result is the daily representation. The clearer the chart is, the least contributions were made, and the darker, more contributions were made.
The Second chart shows the team activities regarding the project is located below on the same page. It shows a simplified daily view of the work with the differential of specifying the work of each member involved with the project. In this chart, you can select the values: 7, 14, 30, and 60 days for the assessment of the data.
Still in the same page, you have access to general metrics about the activities of the project on the top of the page (which area is represented by the image below on area A). Currently, three metrics are available:
Work collections: Displays the number of people that make up the project team;
Active days: Displays the number of days after the project registration;
Progress: It shows how much the team has evolved regarding the scope of the project.
You can still view your personal participation in the project. This information will be available in all the pages of the project in the left side menu in the form of a progress bar, as shown by area B on the image below. That way, you can always follow-up with your personal performance regarding the team as a whole.