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Google calendars talking to Tempo Timesheet?


Is there a way to connect google calendars with tempo tiimesheet in such a way that when an user accepts a certain meeting in google calendars it appears in his/her tempo timesheet?

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Hi Jo,

this is not supported in the current version of Tempo, but you can create a feature request in our Tempo timesheets project ( and it will be evaluated by Tempo management.
Other users with similar requests can vote on these issues and contribute by adding comments that will help Tempo developers implement the request.

Kind regards,


Little disappointed with lack of this essential feature for planning.

Maybe I am wrong but isn't this connection with real life calendars supposed to be essential for planning ?

I am forced to use this and I fell pain that I had to do this in two separate places.



It's available now for Tempo Timesheets on Cloud and it is beyond awesome! :)

Hey! still i am not able to get this. Can you share the steps


Go to Apps in the Tempo sidebar, click Install for the Google Calendar, choose the google email account you wish to connect to and then navigate to My Work to view the suggested plans.

Best regards,



Has anyone raised such feature request for Jira Server? My whole team definitely would vote for that

Like Nick Semikin likes this

@Oleksandr TynetaloHere is the link for Tempo Jira server about this:

Hopefully it gets shipped soon!

Like Oleksandr Tynetalo likes this

@JWCho Thanks, I have found one more request, that fits more for my requirements)

Hey everyone,

I created a chrome extension that does something like this (link below).

It adds a Google Calendar button to your Tempo Timesheet page - clicking it will open a window where you can select which meetings you'd like to log work to. Try it out and let me know what you think.

Hello Mike,

I tried you extension but I'm having problems login in.

Do you have any faq/doc to explain how it works?




Hello Mike, 


Thank you for this extension.

It seems to be very interesting, but doesn't work. The same problem : I can't login in.

Is there a fixed version?




Hey @Manuel Dias,

Are you having issues logging in with JIRA on the options page? If so, make sure you are using your JIRA username (not your email). Also, make sure you put a valid issue key in the default ticket field (for me, I just made a general meeting ticket). Finally, double check your JIRA URL. See my example here:

If you're having issues with logging in with Google to read your calendar, make sure you are logged into Chrome as a "Person". See my example here:

I updated the readme on the GitHub Repo with some screenshots as a little "how-to" – if you need more info, let me know.

I hope this helps - feel free to reach out if any issues persist.

Hey @Nadia Rabe - see if the above helps you as well.


@Mike Solomon

Your extension is amazing. Thank you! One thing, I noticed that calendar invites with JIRA tickets in the titles don't trump the default ticket. Is there a particular syntax the calendar invite needs for the ticket to copy?

@Erin Forman (couldn't find you in the user mentions) I just tried to recreate that issue but was unable to sad looks like it's working for me?

@Mike Solomon Thanks for following up! Below is a screen shot. I would expect meetings with names like "DELIVERY-592" to translate to the ticket field and rewrite my default of '(ticket)' 

Screenshot_2016-09-12 14.57.54_6N2EOr.png

Is there a particular syntax the extension is looking for in gcal? Mine looks like the below:

image2016-9-12 15:0:29.png

@Erin Forman 

I am able to recreate your issue and I see the bug. I'll make sure to patch this in an update but for now, as a workaround, if you put anything in the description of the meeting the extension will work for you.

Let me know if you have any problems!

Mike Solomon Thank you! The work around works. 

Hi @Mike Solomon,

Sorry to reply you late.

Thank you much because it works pretty well now.

I just needed to change some url parameters inside code.



Hi @Mike Solomon,

This extension is exactly what I was looking for.  It saves my JIRA settings successfully, but when i search for google calendar events, it just says "Heads up! No meetings found for that date range."

I can't figure out why it doesn't see my events, any suggestions?



I love this add-on. It made my life easy. Now that tempo timesheets are updated I don't think this add-on works. R.I.P Google Calendar Timesheets. Thanks a ton, We will miss you.

I can wait to see the developer make a new release that is compatible with new Tempo Timesheets.

I would also very much like to see this functionality for JIRA Server!

Any idea if and when will this be available for the server version?

also looking for this and it is nearly 2019 :) 

It's here for Timesheets on Cloud

Like Florian Reichl likes this

great, but when will it be available for Server?

The product owner informs me that this is something they are interested in implementing for server but as of yet they do not have any concrete plans to disclose.

We're looking for the same thing. Has this been developed as of today?


We're looking for the same thing. Has this been developed as of today?


It's here for Timesheets on Cloud

Also looking for this feature, as well as getting a feed from tempo schedule to google calendar.

Same here, we would also really like / need this feature. Is there any news?

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