Kelloo works on the presumption that work is done according to the planned allocations and when all the work is done it is considered complete. This means that you do not have to keep updating you plan with updated work estimates.


If work does not get done as planned you can update the remaining work.


Here is an example to help you understand this concept.


Week commencing June 16th we have a 10 day piece of work that is planned over two weeks. 5 days of work is allocated to each week.




If we look at the planner next week (week commencing June 23rd), 5 days will have been completed and 5 days will be remaining.




If we look at the planner following week (week commencing June 30th), 10 days will have been completed and 0 days will be remaining. The work item will still show in the planner in case you wish to add more work to it.



If we look at the planner following week (week commencing July 7th), the work item will have been removed. Completed work items stay available for one week post their completion.