8 Responses

  1. Jedielson Nakonieczni says:

    Hi everyone.

    I was realy excited with the perspective of have a tool that would help me to plan my projects.

    But, I’m really disappointed with the fact that Tempo Books is only to Jira on Server Instances, not to On Demand.

    I’m an user of Jira On Demand, and I’m an user of Tempo Timesheets On Demand.

    Can you tell-me if Tempo Planner and Tempo Books On Demand gonna happen?

    Thanks for your attention!!!

    • Bjarki Bjarki says:

      Hi Jedielson,

      Yes we will have a cloud version of Tempo Planner and Tempo Books. Our Cloud team is putting all it’s efforts into building a Cloud version of Tempo Planner and Books. Unfortunately we don’t have a specific launch date yet. Stay tuned here on our blog for the latest updates on the cloud releases.

      Best regards,
      Bjarki

      • Jedielson Nakonieczni says:

        Hi Bjarki!

        Thanks for your attention!

        Do you have any Agile Board, where I can watch the product development?

        Best Regards.

  2. Steve Snyder says:

    We need to vary cost rates for each role by client and or account – we cannot have a universal rate for a role. Without this feature this product is useless to us.

    • Christopher Verhulst says:

      In my opinion a cost is not customer specific but employee specific. It represents the cost of an employee to the employer, so keeping that in one place seems logical. On the other hand there is the rate at which somebody is working and that should be made customer/project/contract specific. I’m sure the tempo team is thinking of this and once it is implemented it will give us a great way to calculate project profitability.

      • Bjarki Bjarki says:

        Hi Christopher,

        I totally agree with you and i’ve logged this comment for our developers to see. Tempo Books is still in beta so it’s vital for us to receive feedback on the product so we can improve it before our official launch. So keep the feedback coming, we really appreciate it!

        Best regards,
        Bjarki

  3. Mads Sandal says:

    Hi Tempo team,

    How is the development progressing on the on demand version? any time line for release?

    • Bjarki Bjarki says:

      Hi Mads,

      We’re starting work on creating a JIRA Cloud version of Tempo Books. As of now we don’t have a specific timeline for the release, it will take a few months though. Please sign up to the Tempo Books Cloud Waiting List for the latest news and updates.

      Best regards,
      Bjarki

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