extension ExtPose

Tempo

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Track and visualize your progress on JIRA issues

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Description from store Turn on real-time trackers • Simply open a tracker and attach it to a JIRA issue, or use the timer alone. Start, stop, and pause as you see fit. • Open multiple trackers • Use as many trackers as you like. Simply open a new tracker when you start work on a new issue. • Visualize your work at all times • See what you are working on at any time from the bottom-right of your Chrome browser. Navigate between views and log work on open issues without spending time searching for them. ✸Tempo for Chrome is free and available for all Tempo Cloud for JIRA customers We are constantly updating our Tempo for Chrome app to make it even better. We've listened to your feedback and here's what's new. Changelog: v.1.2.9 • Fix - Tracker does not disappear after logging time. v.1.2.7 • Fix - Styling fix for custom issue icons. v.1.2.6 • Fix - When running many trackers, extension was sending too many requests to the server. v.1.1.4 • Update - Improved authentication process. • Update - Permission limitations. v.1.1.0 • New - When viewing an issue, any tracker started from that view will automatically be attached to that issue. • New - When viewing a board with an issue selected, any tracker started will automatically be attached to that issue. • New - When deleting your Tempo for Chrome connection, you are now asked to confirm that you'd like to delete. • New - When deleting trackers, you are now asked to confirm that you'd like to delete. • New - Now you can scroll to see hidden trackers when many are running at the same time. • New - You can now start a tracker from the Tempo dropdown menu. • Fix - Support for the new issue view. • Fix - Timezone issues. • Fix - The issue picker now searches all issues. • Fix - Problems editing the worklog description. • Fix - Unexpected scrollbar no longer present in Tempo for Chrome user interface • Fix - Tempo for Chrome user interface no longer blocks JIRA elements in some cases. Learn more: https://tempo.io/tempo-for-chrome

Latest reviews

  • (2020-11-02) Pierre-Luc Griffin: It doesn't work too often.
  • (2020-03-09) Rivan Chandra: Not useful, It will be great if it works like toggle. Will give 5 stars when it useful. At least just a time tracker function.
  • (2020-03-05) Abd Martz: I like it very useful to avoid the need to open every time I want to track the story and tempo, instead I can quickly click on the plus icon and the time track starts. It was working fine but in the last weeks I am having issues, the time tracker starts correcly, but when I tried to log the time it is sending me a 404 error... If I check the tempo, the tracker is there and running and I can log the time manually using that tracker... but it is just I cannot log the time using the chrome extension. Here is the URL that cannot be found: https://mycompany.atlassian.net/secure/tempo-app#!/my-work/tracker/7d06c43f-65b3-41d5-9f39-a64f03c1cf40
  • (2020-02-27) Bruno Pereira: I used to love this extension, but it has been down for 2 days now? no information on the website too? would like an update please. Feels like the support for the extension was abandoned?
  • (2020-02-26) Brittany Broman: It was working well for about 2 weeks, and then when I ask the other Project Coordinators to try it out...when they try to log their time, it brings up a 404 error! What is going on?! NOTHING works in JIRA. There is always some kind of issue that slows our company down and hinders efficiency.
  • (2020-02-20) Stanislav Řehák: Useful extension but with very poor user experience. When I start a tracker, I'd like others to stop counting (no multitasking). When I want to log time from running tracker I have stop a tracker, then really annoying reditect to tempo page happens (it takes a while and my tracker is in stopped state!), than I can finally log work, but then another annoying (and slow) redirect happens again! Tracker rounds down to full minutes... why? Why tracker stops after clicking log work in tracker since it has to perform slow redirect to different page where I can insert some additional comments? I would expect tracker stop after actually logging time...
  • (2020-02-17) Kamil Grzywacz: Hi Tempo, I used to like your plugin very much, it has great features. But unfortunately, recently it collapsed twice when I had few log tabs opened.. So upset. This plugin needs to be reliable. Edit: ok since a year it is reliable with no problems, so I am changing my review:)
  • (2020-02-07) Götz Christ: Slow, high CPU usage when loading side, it uses an HTML iframe. Sometimes it gets stuck when logging the time.
  • (2020-02-03) Jakub Semerák: Reloading page when stopping timer is so annoying! It's 2020, ajax exists! Also I'd like to have possibility to disable multitasking, is it possible? In 2017 you have mentioned that you are working on it. Is it really that big feature? Working in parallel on multiple tasks does not make any sense in most cases!
  • (2019-06-25) Alar Päri: Very useful when you want to or need to track time very accurately across multiple tasks in a short time span. The reason I cannot give it 5 stars is due to some strange behaviour at times. 1. Sometimes when I start writing a comment, the textarea loses focus and all manner of JIRA shortcuts get activated before I notice it. (If you are a fast typist, this will be VERY annoying) 2. Seemingly randomly the entire tempo toolbar disappears from the browser until I do an action in JIRA, such as click on a task in Kanban view, after which it reappears. Without those two issues, I would say this tool is perfect.
  • (2019-04-24) Would be great with an option that allows the user to select "Backlog" instead of "Active Sprints" as the default page to load after logging hours in tempo tracker
  • (2018-11-13) Dmitry Drozdik: Pros: - Very useful integration with Jira Tempo - Allows logging time to any task in Jira - Simplifies the process of logging time Cons: - When I start a tracker, I'd like others to stop counting (no multitasking). - It would be very useful to start timer from the Google Chrome extension icon like Toggl does this. - All worklogs are collecting in the footer of the page, and in case you work on 10-15 tasks during the day it becomes hard to manage all of them. It would be great to just hide stopped logs under the icon.
  • (2018-11-08) Bruno Alexandre Cartaxeiro: Gave this another try and it now works on board pages. Way better, will be using it again. :) [Previous review] Stopped working on board pages. It's useless if you have to get into the issue to start logging time, because the option to add trackers exists in the issue page. If this is not a bug, but an intended feature, I'll probably remove it from Chrome.
  • (2018-10-04) Mathis Neumann: First off: it no longer works with the latest changes to the Jira layout on issue detail pages. In general this extension is implemented very badly. * It does not reliably sync the state with the trackers in the regular UI (Starting a tracker within Jira won't start one in the extension) * Logging will open the external page, leaving the current one. This can lead to unsaved content getting lost. * The search for issues on a tracker shows different results than the search in the regular UI. Searching for PROJECT-1 will always show issues with numbers higher than 100 first, making it impossible to reach issue 1. You could say that it is at least consistent with the whole experience of Tempo - very bad.
  • (2018-09-25) Andrej Lacko: it stopped showing tempo in jira saying tempo needs to be installed in jira. Showing tracker only on tempo subpage in jira
  • (2018-09-24) Jérôme Roue: Hi ! Is it possible to have the same plugin for Tempo for Jira server ? It would be great ! :) Thanks
  • (2018-08-25) Gavin Williams: When I try to log work, it just takes me to a 404 page on JIRA
  • (2018-07-17) Dmitry Balabka: Tempo extension does not support Jira Server version, but it definitely should support.
  • (2018-07-06) Joshua Kelly: Loved it! Works much better than the trackers built into the Tempo webpage.
  • (2018-06-17) Steve Tollis: It used to be better when you start one tracker it stops the others. Now you have to click pause on your previous tracker and play on the one you want to start. You should only be able to charge for one task at a time? Also I have to re-install it from time to time because error keeps coming up "Count not retrieve task info" or similar. aFter I uninstall and then re-install it goes awya.
  • (2018-06-07) Steeve Gilbert: Starting a tracker used to stop other tracker like in "I'm working on something else". Now multiple trackers can run at the same time? Why is that? I cannot log 16 hours worked when only 8 hours has passed in the _real world_!
  • (2018-05-22) Daniel Chilvers: Doesnt seem to add anything at all. If the trackers were visble in every tab it might be useful - but as it stands, it's just another unhelpful dev plugin
  • (2018-04-23) Edgars Kebbe: It works very well for us.
  • (2018-03-02) This extension was actually REALLY good until the update this week (Feb 26th - March 2nd). Now, I can't seem to collapse my tabs after expanding them to edit the task number or add a description; the toggle has been replaced with an 'x' button which I can hardly see myself needing to use more than the toggle. Also, when you want to submit, you have to pause the timer first which brings up this weird icon next to the counter. Took me forever to figure out this was the submit button and how to make it appear. Honestly, I wish they would revert to the last iteration. Put back the toggle (collapse/expand) button and leave the submit or delete buttons at the bottom under the description when expanded. If you must force us to pause before submitting, don't hide the submit button, just disable it. The only REAL update needed is to have all the required fields in the window. For me (because I'm not sure it's the case for everyone), I was just missing the "Activity" dropdown to specify if it was a meeting, development, or what have you. Otherwise, this extension really helped me keep track of my actual hours spent on issues (and hours wasted fooling around which was actually a lot less than my brain would it round to; what a relief). Would give a 4-5 star review if this was a week ago. Update: Just found out I can't have 2 timers running simultaneously either anymore. So when I'm developing while in meetings, oh well...
  • (2017-11-28) Максим Шилиманов: Записываешь одну задачу, а потом секундомер продолжает идти, и его уже не остановить %-) Повторяется постоянно, проще уже зайти самостоятельно в задачу и запустить секундомер оттуда. Удаляю
  • (2017-09-01) Vlad Str: Чот совсем ничего не пойму, как все работает
  • (2017-08-30) This extension doesn't seem to do anything while navigated to a page other than your Atlassian account. In fact it seems for me at least that I have to be on the Tempo page. So, what's the point? This functionality should have simply been incorporated into Tempo itself. I have a Twitter extension that works regardless of what page I'm viewing. There's no reason why this extension can't work the same way.
  • (2017-08-14) Graham Annett: I really enjoy it, it makes tempo actually usable in my opinion. However, there are just too many bugs. Today I can't even get it to connect to JIRA. I just click the extension, it takes me through all the steps until I'm redirected back to JIRA but there is no tracker. Then I just keep doing that with no luck. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling twice. Sucks when you can't use it.
  • (2017-08-14) Jordan Poirier: This is so darn good, hot diggety I sure do love this extension, and it just gets better
  • (2017-08-10) Michał Wiktorowski: It is really useful
  • (2017-08-09) Linas Baublys: Why do we need extension? Why this cant be just a feature in a web app? Edit: now we can't even have trackers in jira show in here https://support.tempo.io/hc/en-us/articles/234979828-Logging-work-with-trackers we got Tempo Timesheets for Cloud Version: 1.1.45-AC
  • (2017-08-01) David Reiher: The Web-Apps former Integration was way better... The Current selected Ticket in a Board-View is not selected for a new started Time-Tracker. On stopping the tracking the detail view for a ticket is loaded before the overlay is displayed... wasted seconds of waiting ;) Mutltitasking IMHO is pointless for enterprise job environments. The overall look&feel isnt as snappy as the old ones... please go back to an integrated version.
  • (2017-08-01) Gytis Karpičius: Tracking within the website worked good enough -> you replaced it with the new Tempo update where tracking was broken for weeks on end. Now, after it finally became usable it's replaced by a browser-specific extension that doesn't even show half of the Jira issues. Good luck guys

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2.7 (35 votes)
Last update / version
2021-01-27 / 1.2.9
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