This is the documentation for the next major release of Tempo Timesheets and is a work in progress.
Please go to the Space Directory to view documentation for released versions of Tempo Timesheets.
Install and Upgrade
Time Tracking Permission
Tempo Global Configuration
Getting Started with Tempo Timesheets
Other Useful Links
Tempo Support Page
Getting Help and Support
Atlassian Marketplace Listing
Atlassian Marketplace Support & Answers
Tempo Release Notes
The Tempo Timesheets User's Guide is for JIRA users, project managers, developers, testers – anyone who uses the Time Tracking feature in JIRA.
Timesheet Approval Process
Tempo JQL Functions
The Tempo Timesheets Administrator's Guide is for people with JIRA administration rights. It helps you to configure some global permissions and validations used in Tempo Timesheets.
Internal Issues and Activities
Periods and Period Management
Fields and Properties
Worklog Date Validation
In the Tempo Timesheets API Guide lists the functions available in Tempo services and how they can be used for further analysis or imported directly into another system.
Tempo Servlets Manual
JIRA Agile and Tempo
Hi Dear I need to use your documentation offline. I download PDFs but it has some problems with several blank pages. Is it possible to give me XML version of documentation in order to import it to our local confluence server?
We normally only offer the PDF version as given here for offline documentation. As says there, we are aware of several blank pages in the PDF, which is due to complications between our documentation being hosted on an OnDemand instance, but the create-pdf-plugin only being supported for the standalone version of confluence.
I have added an XML export to the same location, but I can't guarantee it will work for you on you local instance, due to differences between Confluence OnDemand and Standalone. Could you please explain how having the documentation on a local instance can help you? You would still be using the internet to access this local instance (except you have it on you own PC) and then it isn't an offline documentation.