Folio – Tip of the Month

Tempo Folio Tip of the Month: Weigh the Benefits of Implementing Unit Testing

Last month’s tip used this report to find out how much fixing bugs is costing your organization. This month, we’re going to expand on that and focus on how you can use that information to decide if you should or shouldn’t implement unit testing.

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Tempo Planner Tip of the Month: Managing Your Programs with Tempo Planner – Part 1 – Program Board

Did you know that with Tempo Planner for JIRA team leads can perform high-level team planning within a program and track progress across multiple teams to improve their overall performance? Get a great overview of how your teams are progressing in real-time with program planning in Tempo Planner.

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Folio – Tip of the Month

Tempo Folio Tip of the Month: Measure the Actual Cost of Work on Bugs or Defects

When managing a portfolio or a project it is extremely beneficial to get an overview your costs and status of a particular project or folio (a folio is essentially a project, but we use the term folio to avoid confusion with JIRA projects). Did you know you can also view how much specific types of JIRA issues are costing you with Tempo Folio?

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Tempo Timesheets tip of the month: A closer look at Tempo Timesheets permissions

For September’s Tempo Timesheets tip of the month, we’re going to cover the different permissions in Tempo Timesheets. Different permissions are provided in Tempo Timesheets to enable managers and teams to customize more granularly the information that team members can see, depending on their role on that team.

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Folio – Tip of the Month

Tempo Folio Tip of the Month: Prevent team member over-allocations using portfolio management data over multiple projects

As a product manager or portfolio manager, it is important to make sure the workload of each team member is properly allocated. When managing a portfolio, the success of the team down to the individual is essential to the success of both the portfolio and the project (A folio is essentially a project, but we use the term folio to avoid confusion with a JIRA project). It’s important to make sure that an employee is using their time efficiently, that they aren’t overloaded, but also that they haven’t been over-allocated.

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Tempo Books Tip of the Month: Monthly budget and Fixed Budget

Before we start our July tip for Tempo Books, we should refresh our memory about Tempo Accounts. Tempo Books and Tempo Timesheets share a system plugin, Tempo Accounts. As mentioned in our May tip, Tempo Accounts was initially part of Tempo Timesheets and redesigned to manage project portfolios in JIRA and make it available for other …

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