Tempo timesheet URL for current month

Since we're using the time reported in JIRA/Tempo for project follow up, it is important for me to do the same Tempo time summaries every month. I do that by having issue filters that are used for JIRA Agile boards; and I display time reported on those issues in Tempo using Tempo timesheets with Advanced mode (with the same issue filter). That works great.

I have the URLs to the Tempo timesheets saved as bookmarks in my browser.

However, I always want to view the current month. I can select that in the timesheet, but when I do that and take the URL; if I use that URL the next month, it will always show the month that the URL was created during. How can I make it always show the current month?

The URL is something like this:


I haven't found any documentation for what the parameters in the URL does, and my attempts at altering them doesn't seem to make it work the way I want.

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Hi Nicklas,

you should be able to go to the current month if you remove the "period=xxxxxx" part of the URL. The default period for a timesheet is the current period, so giving no period in the URL will open there.

Kind regards,


Thanks! Yes, it seems to work!

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