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Timekeeping, resource planning, plan time versus log time in Tempo

I'm looking to learn how it would be best to do resource planning / management company wide. it was decided we'll use tempo timesheets for timekeeping purposes, but I am also trying to learn how to create an overview of what the staff is assigned on ( projects, support issues, etc ). How do you do that? Is it an option to "plan" the people in tempo for various tasks ( i.e. project A for 30 days in month 9, 10 days in month 2 and so on )? What would be the best way a resource manager type of person should follow to create a clear overview of people's assingments ( to an extent that it would show if people are over/under booked ?

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You can create reports in JIRA by filtering In Progress status per assignee as well as the original estimate and logged hours per project. In other words, I would create gadgets per each assignee who started a work by also monitoring logged hours. Tempo adds a lot of functionality with gadgets in JIRA as well. If you search tempo gadgets, you should find a lot of gadgets that might come handy for your purposes. We use Tempo, too. Hope that helps.

Hi Ioana.

Tempo Timesheets offers resource planning to some extent. You can plan users to Projects, Components, Versions or Issues. Please see our docuementation for further details:

We also have the product Tempo Planner, which takes resource planning to a higher level. See product description here: documentation here:

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