Click the Log Time button at the top. The Log Time dialog box is displayed. -OR-
If you have an issue in the timesheet, you can click an empty cell for that issue to log time on it. The Log Time dialog box is opened with the issue preselected. You can use the Show issue lists box at the top to display issue filters in the timesheet that are relevant to you. This will help you to quickly find the issues you need to log time on. For more information about how to show issue filters in a timesheet, see Displaying Issue Lists and Jira Filters in the User Timesheet - Tempo Server. -OR-
Press w on your keyboard to open the Log Time dialog box.
Fill in the Log Time dialog box.
You can select a different issue from theissuedrop-down list. Use the issues tabs and search box to find your issue. For more information about how to configure the issue picker, see Log Time - Tempo Server.
If you have the permission to log time for other users, you can select aUser.
If you select the Periodoption, you can log time on the issue for a period of time.
Click the calendar if you want to log time on a different date.
Enter theWorkedhours andRemaining estimate, if required.
Give a briefDescriptionof the work done.
When you are finished, clickLog Time.
Logging Time for Others
Access the timesheet either from My work, Teams, or Accounts.
Click the dropdown arrow next to your name to display an editable field and drop-down.
Type the name of the team member whose timesheet you want to view.
Click Log Time at the top.
Complete the Log Time dialog box.
When you log time for another team member in My Work, the Calendar view is not available.
Logging Time with Start Time
is disabled, but if enabled, any Tempo Timesheets user can set start and stop time when logging time. This means that the Date field in the Log Time dialog box changes to a date/time field in the enabled case. The current time is used as default.