Creating Reports - Tempo Cloud

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  • Viewing worklogs for other team members requires the View All Worklogs and Browse Projects permissions for each project.
  • To report on planned time, you need to have Tempo Planner installed. Viewing plans requires the View Plans permission.

You can create Logged Time reports to view time spent on projects, issues and epics by a team or individual user(s). Before you run the report, you can apply filters to pin down what you need to see. You can also group the data to make it more accessible and easier to read. You can always change your filter settings and grouping options after the report is generated. 

  • If you have Tempo Planner, you can also create Planned Time reports showing how much time has been planned and refine the data by categories such as projects, teams, roles or accounts.
  • If you have both Tempo Timesheets and Tempo Planner, you can create Planned vs. Actual reports to compare how your projects' projections (planned time) compare with the actual time logged.

To create reports, select Reports  in the Tempo sidebar.

Watch this video to see how to create any type of report that you need:

To create any type of report:

  1. In the Reports overview, select Logged Time, Planned Time, or Planned vs Actual.

  2. In the Report wizard that appears, click the Filter by box to display a list of filter options. For more information about how to filter report data, see Viewing the Data in Reports - Tempo Cloud.

  3. When you are finished selecting your filters, click outside the list to return to the wizard.
  4. To organize the report results, click the Group by box to display grouping options. By default, Logged Time report data is grouped by project/user, and Planned Time report data by user/plans. Tempo remembers your grouping configuration and will apply your selected groups the next time you generate a report.

    • You can select more than one item to group by. Items are organized according to Jira hierarchy.
    • To remove a grouping level, click the x for that level.


      • Grouping options are different for each type of report.
      • If a user is a member of multiple teams and has more than one role/team, only the role/team from the last team they joined will be visible in reports when you group by Role or Team. This logic applies when you group by Component or Fix Version as well, meaning the reports will display data under the most recently added component or fix version.

  5. When you are finished grouping the data, click outside the list to return to the wizard
  6. Click Create and the new report based on what you selected here is displayed. 

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