Tempo’s new Workload Schemes, included in last week’s 7.5 release, were such a popular new feature request — in fact, THE most requested new Tempo feature so far — that we thought we’d offer a more in-depth showing of how they work. Be sure to also check out our user documentation on Workload Schemes for further explanation with screenshots, and see this sneak peek as well.
These new Workload Schemes truly make Tempo an international enterprise tool, accessible no matter where users are located around the globe. Workload Schemes allow organizations to configure different workloads (hours required per day, for specific days of the week) for different groups of employees. This is a great feature for organizations with distributed work teams, and for organizations with offices located around the globe that are working on different schedules. They’re also useful for part-time and other employees who are working different schedules as compared to other employees.
Tempo Admins can establish a Default Workload Scheme, to which new users and groups are automatically assigned.
Additional Workload Schemes can be created, and users can groups can be assigned or moved to them. A user’sTempo timesheet will reflect the workload for the scheme to which they have been assigned.
Below is a brief tutorial video which demonstrates these new features in greater detail. Let us know what you think!
We’re constantly striving to make Tempo the best time tracking JIRA add-on out there, and we welcome your feedback, suggestions, and ideas. Find a bug? Please be sure to add it to our JTMPO page (and thanks!).
We hope you find Tempo 7.5 as exciting as we do! Upgrading to Tempo 7.5 is free for all customers with an active Tempo license. New customers can purchase a license for JIRA download through the Atlassian Marketplace. Tempo OnDemand can be purchased through us.