I am at a loss. I can't seem to find any settings that would allow me to do so. I am in game development with remote workers. We all work our own hours, and sometimes 7 days a week.
As such, I need my working days to be 7 days instead of the default 5. the current solutions online point to old Jira, not Next-Gen Jira solutions.
Right now my Active Sprints are giving everyone the wrong info.
That sucks ;( I might have to go back to HackNPlan https://hacknplan.com/
This was looking to be a pretty nice and extendable alternative to HnP. HnP is definitely more expensive as you get more and more people on a project (for Studio level stuff anyway)
I came to Jira for features and Price... I wanted to try Next-Gen because....well it's called "Next-Gen" ... it feels more like "Old-Gen" with all these gimps.
Hello @Victor Burgos ,
I think you cannot change that only for next-gen project, you need to do the change for all projects, and that might be affecting other projects maybe, where other people are working only Monday to Friday, but if not, you can change the working days form Monday to Sunday.
If you have admin permissions you can do that by going to Tempo -> Settings -> Workload (Working days). Or maybe the problem is the number of maximum hours per day per user:
Same form Tempo -> Settings -> Configuration-Logging time.
I also had some problems with my team tempo, and this helped me solve the issue.
I believe i found a work around for this that’s working for my organisation
install “clockwork free”
set the 5 day working week in the clockwork settings
you can control what projects use clockwork’s settings so if you disable clockwork for one project it uses a 7 day week but if you enable it Jira uses the setting within clockwork free.
if i haven’t been clear enough please let me know and I’ll take some screens shots
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