We use Tempo Timesheets and on the whole this works okay, I use reports to see how much time users have logged against a project.
In reality, if a user has logged say 6.75 hours against a given project then we'd like to consider them on this project for 1 day, likewise if say 2.5, we'd consider it half day.
Does anyone know if it's possible to create a Tempo Report which would do this? - Otherwise I'm faced with a very tedious raw data task I feel!
Any thoughts most appreciated.
If you need this with more granularity, like per worklog, then the add-on can export Tempo worklogs, too.
Thanks for the reply, it seems Better Excel is for server hosted Jira instead of cloud (from what I can see), I'm not sure I could swing the budget for additional addins either at the moment :/
Do you know if there's a way to export to Excel (via tempo) in any different ways besides what just seems to be a raw data dump? - Can it export in a more formatted way? - Guessing not
Yea, it's true, Better Excel does not support JIRA Cloud (yet).
As an alternative, I think that Excel export capabilities in Tempo are rather limited. They offer a servlet-based worklog API that is easy to use and can produce the worklog list as XML.
So you could:
This is technically doable, although requires efforts depending on your experience with the tools involved.
Interesting -that's outside my technical capabilities right now, but I may be able to bend the ear of a developer for a favor if it looks like it could work.
On a more simple note, I'm trying an issue export from Jira putting in Sum of Time Spent and just filtering by the project - the result, in seconds, when dividing by 60 twice, then 7.5, produces a number far higher than tempo! - I think this is probably some double counting by rolling sub task time up to Story level,
Not sure if this method will work though - as I could just save a issue query and run this each time export to Excel, easily convert and sum... hmm
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