I know that you can do this, I was asking how. It was not intuitive as Atlassian products usually are. Its under teams, for me Temp default team -> views -> export to excel. I hope someone else finds this helpful as I know you could do it. My question was how. Thanks!
I was hoping to be able to export a single users time sheet from the view icon. I saw some documentation and a part of a picture showing this and thought I may need to change some configuration. What does work for us is using the team reporting and hopefully I'm just missing other features as there are many.
I have no problem reading the manuals for info but I only have 20 days to learn as much as I can about what I have found to be one of the most customizable tools I've ever worked with. If I can't make a compelling case, which unfortunately all rests with Tempo time reporting becuase of the management wish list I will not be able to bring the Atlassian stack to our SDLC which is what I really want. Personally, I don't care for time reporting, I'm not a manager. I do appricieate Tempo for those that are required to do time reporting and I'm even hoping some may embrace agile and see the benefits of Greenhopper too. Personally I don't know of better tools than Jira and either Fisheye or the Subversion plugin and custom pre-committ hooks for software change management and configuration management. Its not my decision, I can just make an argument and give reports and they love the excel reports. I can't even get them to logon and see the graphs, ugh - time to work.
Thanks Shiwei for the tip. It gives good results in Excel, barely acceptable in Libreoffice, but at least it is better than nothing.
I am quite astounded that there is no "export to excel" button available after such a long time, especially given how easy it is to produce excel files using just plain html...
One more bullet in the long list of qualms I personally have with the Tempo interface - that product is really a productivity killer. Atlassian, please nuke it and implement it from scratch
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