We are using tempo timesheet to plan work and indicate in what period an issue will be addressed, or on what project time gets allocated.
This works very well except for the case where an issue is planned on a certain date, but that date passed (this happens ...)
Is there a way to list all those issues.
Currently you can not search (with JQL) by Planned time or dates of plans.
One work around to this is to use date pickers (You can create custom date fields and call them for example, planned start or planned end etc.). These fields are searchable and you can create filters based on them. However you would always have to duplicate the plans in timesheets.
There is an add-on called Auto Planner for Tempo which picks up dates (and other events in JIRA) and creates plans in Timesheets based on them.
I hope this is helpful!
Albert - Tempo Team
Like Albert pointed out, this is not supported in our current Tempo Timesheets version. We value feedback and comments on how we can make Tempo better, so if you have a feature request, please create an issue in our Atlassian JIRA (https://tempoplugin.jira.com/browse/JTMPO).
Tempo product owners are reviewing all requests for Tempo products and if the request is within the scope of the roadmap it is transitioned from the Needs Triage status.
Other users with similar requests can vote on these issues and contribute by adding comments that will help Tempo developers implement the request.
Hi Francis Listing of unplanned issues is currently not possible in the Tempo Planner. The Planner only displays issues that are unresolved. If you wish to make a new feature request in Timesheets or Plannerplease create an issue in our Atlassian JIRA (https://tempoplugin.jira.com/browse/JTMPO). Best regards, Heiða Dóra Tempo Team
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