Recently, in the list view in Tempo, whenever a user moves a task on the scrum or kanban board, the system automatically adds a 15 minute "plan time" to the list view. Is there a way to change a setting so that this doesn't happen? It does not show in the timesheet view.
Hi @Beth Wilt
With the new Tempo Activity Feed, which has so far just been enabled for a limited number of customers, users can get suggestions for their worklogs. They can then see JIRA issues, Calendar events (Google and Office 365 calendars) or coding activities (when using VS Code) so they can easily log their days work.
Please take a look at https://help.tempo.io/cloud/en/tempo-timesheets/logging-your-time/logging-time-in-my-work/logging-time-using-the-activity-feed.html for more information.
Information on how to enable / disable the options for each provider (JIRA, Google Calendar, Office 365 Calendar and Visual Studio Code) can be found on https://help.tempo.io/cloud/en/tempo-timesheets/logging-your-time/logging-time-in-my-work/logging-time-using-the-activity-feed/understanding-tempo-automation.html
Do you have any updates on this? This is a really jarring update for our team - and the default comments do *not* meet our internal standards for worklogs. In a way this is making more work for our team because they are questioning what is truly logged, have to delete activity logs to prevent confusion, and are combining logs because so much of it is logged in just .25 increments.
Is there a way to turn this off - or to test it for just a handful of people within an organization until read to launch internally?
Thank you so much,
Hi @Bridget Maloney ,
There is no option to disable the Tempo Activity Feed globally, but every user can disable the activity cards from individual providers, using the filter icon in their My Work view (https://help.tempo.io/cloud/en/tempo-timesheets/logging-your-time/logging-time-in-my-work/logging-time-using-the-activity-feed/understanding-tempo-automation.html).
Please note that these are not worklogs, only suggestions of items that the user might want to log work on.
Great, thank you so much @Susanne Götz _Tempo_ !
We kept looking in the gear/settings to the right of that filter icon and were not trying the Filter itself! Updating the filter works and hides the activities (for anyone who chooses to) - and I really appreciate how this "sticks" on page reload!
Thank you so much again,
@Glyn Davies you just turn in off in the filter and all are removed
Check the filtering section, you can toggle the "Incomplete activities". They keep pointing to the wrong page in all the answers. The link they provide does have a link to this one that I pasted, but it's pretty indirect given this link is the actual source of information for how to kill it
@Glen Bates for, you, as well :)
Unfortunately, it's only per user, so everyone will have to do it themselves
Not a fan of this, makes a mess and would be good to turn it off globally.
In my instance, if it would pick up that the user has already logged time on that task, it shouldn't suggest to log more time.
Only in the instance that 0 time was logged on a Done task, should it be suggested to enter time.
Flow for many is probably to log time in the task itself, not on the timesheet somewhere else from where the work gets done..
this feature has just got even more annoying - I had deactivated the JIRA provider ... but now the worklog suggestions are back and my settings box doesn't give me the option to disable them ... please help me.
I often touch very many tickets in one day ... and I have to click them all away in my calender view.
extremely annoying and not user-friendly at all.