In my Jira projects, each issue have 3 date fields ("START", "RELEASE", "DUE").
When I use Plugin Tempo I would set, in the Plan Time, the 2 field "DATE" and "END DATE" of a Period, with the "START" and "RELEASE" value.
Is it possible?
Allright, I understand what you say.
But my problem in in the "connection" between Jira issue and the Plugin tempo...
When I create an issue, I set Start Date, End Date e Due Date. I would like that those value of Start Date and End Date, could be draw on the plugin Tempo in the timesheet like Plan Time.
It is possible?
Hi Marco, not quite sure I understand.
As the planning works today, you plan for x hours each day for the entire period of the plan. So if your end date is two weeks after the start date, and you select 8 hours per day, you are in effect planning 2*5*8 = 80 hours for those two weeks.
(We are rethinking the planning feature in upcoming Tempo products, which will increase the planning flexibility.)
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