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Recently, a new part of the jira issue page is showing up, and pushes useful content off the screen. Tempo is not used, it wasn't asked for, it just showed up, much like all the other added fields to the jira page to make it less usable. What does it take to make this part of the page go away?
Hi @Fred Rush
The Tempo panel is only available in the JIRA issue view when the plugin is installed on your instance.
In case you are not using the plugin, it is recommended to uninstall it as on installation, the Time tracking provider is set to Tempo, instead of the native JIRA time tracking ( JIRA Settings, Issues, Time tracking).
Users who do not have access to the Tempo plugin will also not be able to view this panel in the issue view. Access to Tempo is given via the JIRA Global permissions, see also https://tempo-io.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/THC/pages/362971589/Managing+Access+to+Tempo+Timesheets+for+Cloud+and+Tempo+Planner+for+Cloud.
The issue appears to be that another project in the instance wants to use Tempo, so the plugin is installed. But there is no way to make it go away on a project level, so 99% of the projects not using it, must now suffer with it for the 1 project using it. This is simply poor design.
I agree, I would like to remove this from the issue view. Could you make it so that we can disable it in the settings, just like e.g. BigGantt, see https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/Remove-BigPicture-and-BigGantt-charts-from-certain-projects/qaq-p/667635