Hi we're using Tempo for time tracking & obviously a big component of this is adding 'planned' time to our dev staff against projects. However with estimates added to issues (within a version) & the planned resource time allocated to staff working on the project, that should be able to give a clear estimate (for that point in time) of when the version work should be completed with that resource planned against it. However, I've not seen anywhere this can be accessed simply. Is it not a common thing?
I'd think estimated issue time for a version, divided by planned resource time as added to timesheets, would be easy to give an expected delivery date which you'd then compare against your version end date & see if you needed more resource to meet that. Could you please advise? As it seems too simple a thing to not be available somewhere. Thanks!
Hmm. Ok, thanks Vioar.
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