Activity Feed brings automation to Tempo Cloud's My Work

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One of our key goals here at Tempo is to make time-tracking as effortless as possible. Over the past few years we’ve developed a number of automation strategies, including the ability to integrate your Google and Office 365 calendars, as well as get activity suggestions linked to your Jira issues. All this makes it much easier for you and your employees to understand and more proactively manage where you’re spending your time.

Today we are excited to introduce the next level of automation and intelligence to Tempo Timesheets on Jira Cloud. Known as Activity Feed, this feature monitors your activity in a range of places – from Jira to VS Code to your calendar – and provides you with smart recommendations about where you've spent your time. You can then log your activities in My Work with just a single click, creating time records simply and easily.

 

As your home base for Activity Feed, My Work plays a key role in giving you a complete overview of your activities. Whether in the Calendar or Lists view, the design of the tiles makes it easy for you to see all of your daily work, such as calendar events, plans, or time spent in VS Code and Jira, all in one place. You can easily edit and log time by clicking on a tile and, if needed, look up Jira issue keys using intelligent suggestions that show where you have recently logged time. Just as importantly, you can quickly log your completed activities at the end of the day with just a single click of the new “Log Activities” button. Logging all your time couldn’t be simpler. 

We are starting to roll out Activity Feed to customer instances today and will continue to do so in the weeks to come. We are incredibly excited about its release and we look forward to hearing your feedback.

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