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Does Tempo pick up future work planned using GreenHopper Sprints?

Oleg Simonov Apr 21, 2013

If a sprint is fully planned in GH, with stories containing groomed sub-tasks, is there a way for Tempo to use that information (sprint start / end, sub task estimates) for its planning screen? Or planning has to be entered in the Tempo screen only?

thank you

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Hi Oleg,

Unfortunately there are not many integration points for Tempo to help you in the sprint planning process yet but this is what you can do:

In the GH backlog, select an issue that you want to plan. Then click the actions cog-wheel (keyboard shortcut: '.'). Then you should be able to click on "Plan Time".

This will give you some pointers on availability of the user. We are working on improvements to this as well as other solutions.


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Daryl Chuah Atlassian Team Apr 21, 2013

Hi Oleg

Best if you can contact the tempo plugin vendor which is supported by TM Software directly as they would be able to give you the best recommendation and advice when it comes to the plugin integration with GreenHopper. Anyway, below is their contact details:

This is a supported add-on, so you may contact the vendor (or support contact) for help:

TM SoftwarePhone: +354 545 3000
Hope this helps !
Cheers :)

Can Atlassian please consider stopping answering Tempo specific questions with a generic answer? The users come to this site from Atlassian Marketplace and are encouraged to ask questions about the plugin. We are happy to answer such questions on this site.

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