In our latest release, we’re introducing a completely new UI for work attributes–previously know as worklog attributes. A new list type attribute with simple drop-down lists (static lists) is also available in this version.
Let’s use Tempo Budgets and Tempo Timesheets to set up a project to help your teams stay on track and within scope i.e. track project time using EVM. In this case, we’ve set up a folio called TINA’s new web shop.
Grýla has found herself, too often, behind schedule and over budget every Christmas. Not this year though. She decided to use Tempo for JIRA to be more organized and help her sons work smarter, visualize all resources better and tasks, stay on budget with all the gifts, manage the whole team of Yule Lads centrally, and report on time spent on tasks.
Sigurjón Atli Sigurðsson is a development manager in the LS Nav department at LS Retail, where he is responsible for facilitating his team’s daily work. LS Retail uses Tempo Timesheets to track and report on team activities and work and to manage the timesheet approval process.
In our latest release of Tempo Timesheets for JIRA Server, we’re introducing new permissions to simplify the permission management in Tempo. We’ve also added a simpler way to see invalid worklogs when users submit their timesheets for review.
The ability to work from anywhere, anytime without sitting our desks the entire day is becoming more of a reality for most of us. With the Tempo mobile app, users are able to track and report their time on the go in Tempo Timesheets and JIRA from a single screen showing logged hours, past and upcoming Calendar events.
Tempo Timesheets for JIRA Server features custom price tables now where you can set different hourly price rates for team roles, for instance a developer or a designer. With custom price tables you can report on how cost is divided between team members.