What Is Tempo Timesheets?
The number one time-tracking app in Jira. Stop losing time and start gaining insight with AI-powered automated time-tracking. Produce reliable data for reporting, invoicing and accounting.
Timesheets by Tempo makes logging time easy, fast, and efficient. Intelligent suggestions speed up the time logging process, which improves user adoption, and visibility for management.
Easily track all billable time for invoicing and measure and report on CAPEX and OPEX with precision.
Who Uses Tempo Timesheets?
Tempo Timesheets serves businesses looking for an easy-to-use and sophisticated time tracking solution that is seamlessly integrated with Jira.
Where can Tempo Timesheets be deployed?
Tempo Timesheets pricing
- Yes, has free trial
- No free version
Tempo Timesheets does not have a free version but does offer a free trial. Tempo Timesheets paid version starts at USD 10.00/month.
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Features of Tempo Timesheets
- Accounting Integration
- Activity Tracking
- Attendance Tracking
- Automatic Time Capture
- Billable & Non-Billable Hours
- Calendar Management
- Employee Database
- Employee Scheduling
- Mobile Access
- Mobile Time Tracking
- Online Time Tracking Software
- Overtime Calculation
- Payroll Management
- Project Time Tracking
- Reporting & Statistics
- Sick Leave Tracking
- Third Party Integrations
- Timesheet Management
- Vacation/Leave Tracking
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Reviews of Tempo Timesheets
Tempo Timesheets helps you planning and auditing your project duration
Comments: I've been using Tempo for over 4 years o maybe more. I actually used since I purchased the JIRA Cloud subscription because it is a nice add on.
Mainly I used integrated with JIRA to measure how much time does it take for the developers to complete the user stories. I also use Timesheet to get the monthly report and from there I manage the billing hours for the developers of our company.
When you download the report in CSV format, there are some fields that are quite confusing. For example, the logged duration of a task is presented as decimal value insted of using a time format.
Tempo Timesheets Rocks!
Comments: We switched to Jira/Tempo several years ago (from FogBugz) because we needed a development tracking tool with a good time tracking system. We picked Jira Software Cloud first and then selected Tempo Timesheets for time tracking. No regrets with Tempo. Jira has been (and still is) an adventure at times, but Tempo Timesheets has been a solid performer from the start. And it has received significant improvements over time. It's a great choice for my company.
Easy to use. Integrates well with Jira Software Cloud. Reasonably priced.
Not big , but due to Jira changes, it now takes an extra click to get to Tempo time entry in a Jira ticket.
Alternatives Considered: Harvest
Reasons for Choosing Tempo Timesheets: We dropped FogBugz because they didn't track time in a way that worked for us.
Updates without considering the users needs
Comments: Honestly, at this point I work with it because I have no other choice. But I am strongly pushing for us to get a different solution. I was fine until the timesheets were taken away and was hoping for improvements through added features
When I started to work at Kreios 3 years ago, we were already working with Jira/using Tempo Timesheets. We are constantly optimizing our processes and for HR as well as for invoicing I was able to implement standard processes
The recent update I like least because you just simply removed the "timesheets" feature and replaced it with "my work" which isn't anything but the reports filtered down to a person. So it wasn't a feature added but a major feature taken away. We had to instruct people on what they had to do different, we had to adapt our own accounting software that imports timesheets automattically, time tracking during weeks or months has become harder. I was honestly very upset about that. Another thing I don't like is that export feature isn't flexible enough. Also lines are cut off when there at the end of a page, no matter how you try to do it, if the export is too long. So they're not reliable (Monthly export for payroll)
It allows us to have the time of our tickets in progress, by actions and final. The management of our daily is more consistent and therefore efficient. It allows to have our stats (Daily, weekly, monthly,...)
It sometimes crashes, but this is very rare.
Best timesheets tracker ever
Comments: We could not find any systems that are easy to use and could support billable and non-billable type of time entries. Tempo delivered big time and the ease of which you can add time entries, swap them out with other tickets or edit other user's timesheets and update them is simply AMAZING.
- VERY easy way to add time to your Jira service desk tickets - Very easily set up via the admin panel - Integrates with groups and roles - BEST time plugin I have ever used (across multiple systems) - Price point is GREAT (We use a hosted server setup) - Editing staff timesheets is a breeze...I have never used a system that os so easy to use.
- The budget period is only per month. There is no option to set other time periods, ie qaurterly, yearly etc. (this is a very big one) - Have to set up organizations again. It should integrate with the "Customer" list in jira service desk. (Very minor) - Does not have an option for rounding time to the nearest quarter of an hour (very minor) - Does not provide budget alerts (this is a very big one) - The settings screen can use some love and explanation
Alternatives Considered: Harvest
Reasons for Choosing Tempo Timesheets: Connectwise Manage is a tool that has a LOT of features. However, it is very ppor in terms of UI, functionality and ease of use. The reporting features of Connectwise are VERY poor. CSV exports leave a lot to figure out in terms of which columns host which data. It is a VERY bad tool.
Switched From: ConnectWise PSA
Reasons for Switching to Tempo Timesheets: Did a brief research on Atlassian communities throughout the web, and considered Harvest. However, the ease of integration with Jira service desk was the main selling point.