When collecting information for billing, payroll, or to understand patterns and trends, it’s useful to have a system in place to guarantee the accuracy of the information. Tempo Timesheets provides you with an approval process. Here’s how to use it.
In the two previous posts, we discussed how to capture data through various methods, and how we can ensure this data is useful to the organization. Now we’ll look at two core features of Tempo that are used to organize the data you have captured: Tempo Accounts and Tempo Teams.
Establishing a new habit can be quite complex. For example, having to remember to log your time or to visit the “My Work” page in Tempo Timesheets for Jira to input your hours doesn’t feel natural at first. To help alleviate that problem, we describe three convenient methods to log time anywhere in Jira that may be a better fit for you.
This and the following posts’ purpose is to provide you with enough information to get started with time tracking in Jira. We will cover a number of Tempo Timesheet’s features and their importance to you and your organization so you can maximize the value of a time tracking and productivity solution.