# user work assignment percentage, team vs. timeline

 0 Jing Qian (126●3●2) | asked Apr 16 '10, 4:29 p.m. JAZZ DEVELOPER I'm on team A, and team A is associated with timeline A When I look at my work assignment, I see 10% on teamA, I also see 10% on timeline A, but the total load added to be 20%. What's the difference between the timeline workload vs. team workload? which one should I use?

 0 Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k●3●30●35) | answered Apr 16 '10, 11:52 p.m. FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER You can work directly in a project area, or you can work in a team area.For your work in a project area, you specify how much time you work on each timeline in that project area (those timeline work numbers are then added up to be the amount of work you do in that project area).You don't specify timeline info for your team areas, because each team area is associated with exactly one timeline.Cheers,Geoffqianjj wrote:I'm on team A, and team A is associated with timeline AWhen I look at my work assignment, I see 10% on teamA, I also see 10%on timeline A, but the total load added to be 20%.What's the difference between the timeline workload vs. teamworkload?which one should I use?

 0 Jing Qian (126●3●2) | answered Apr 19 '10, 9:16 a.m. JAZZ DEVELOPER Thanks, this makes sense now. You don't have to be on a team to work in a timeline. :-) You can work directly in a project area, or you can work in a team area. For your work in a project area, you specify how much time you work on each timeline in that project area (those timeline work numbers are then added up to be the amount of work you do in that project area). You don't specify timeline info for your team areas, because each team area is associated with exactly one timeline. Cheers, Geoff qianjj wrote: I'm on team A, and team A is associated with timeline A When I look at my work assignment, I see 10% on teamA, I also see 10% on timeline A, but the total load added to be 20%. What's the difference between the timeline workload vs. team workload? which one should I use?