In our Tempo Timesheets 7.14 release for JIRA, we’ve completely overhauled the user interface of the Worklog Calendar, and are introducing a configurable Suggestions Sidebar to enable team members to tailor information to better suit their needs. Learn all about the Tempo Timesheets 7.14 release right here!
The Tempo Books team is working hard these days, releasing minor versions as the product evolves further towards what our customers want and need. In this release we add the option to add a discount rate for an Account, based on the global price table introduced in Tempo Books 1.0. Also, the Expense section in Tempo Books got a bit of a make-over; more information about each entry is now available in the Issue view in JIRA, Expense categories can be deleted, and users can update and add current Expense categories. Without further ado, let’s take a closer look at Tempo Books 1.2.
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.
Last week we broadcasted a short webinar for Tempo Planner in light of our upcoming 3.1 release. We provided a short introduction to Tempo and Tempo Planner, demoed what’s new in our 3.1 release, discussed our future roadmap, and answered attendees’ questions.
Our Tempo Folio 8.1 release is all about bringing project managers, account managers, and organizational decision makers more financial data in order to make informed decisions and save time by adding the possibility to plan from a team, valuable new metrics, and an actual cost curve.
For this Tempo Timesheets tip of the month, we take a closer look on Worklog Validation. This is a handy diagnostic for any administrator to find out why their users are having difficulties logging or editing their work logs.