All of the core features in Rabbet capture some kind of data about your projects. Examples include vendors associated with invoices on a given projects, the amount of funds contributed by a lender, and many more. You can access and review this data in several ways.

Customize the table containing the original entry

Many of Rabbet's feature organize the underlying data and automated results in a table format. Examples include the line items table and documents table within a draw, the organizations table, and the agreements table. 

The quickest and easiest way to access and review the data within a subset of your portfolio (a draw, a project) is to access the table containing the original information. In the example below, the documents table within Draw 2 of the project has been customized to include the job cost codes and invoice numbers.

This report can be exported to Excel and shared/analyzed outside of Rabbet. See this article for additional instructions on customizing the table views.

Accessing aggregated reports

Viewing information across several projects, budgets, and draws can also be beneficial. By nature, this information can't be accessed from the original entry table. 

Navigate to the 'Reports' page in the header navigation.

Rabbet allows users to view and create reports on three basic categories: Project, Draw, and Documents. 

Rabbet also has default reports within these reporting categories. For example, the project tab has pre-configured 'Completion', 'Geography', 'Draw', and 'Rules' reports. 

See this article for additional instructions on customizing your reports.

Exporting reports to CSV

As with any table in Rabbet, you can quickly export both default and custom reporting views in Excel CSV format. Select the Report that needs to be exported and click 'Export to CSV'.

The export occurs immediately and the Excel file can be found in the downloads folder on your computer. 

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