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We use Tempo timesheets to efficiently log work and see logged work.

I like the "last 30 days" view, as I can use it to easily log work on tasks I worked on before. The problem is, this only sets a fixed date, eg today it sets it to March 30, 2017 - April 28, 2017, but when I log in tomorrow that will remain the same, thus excluding tomorrow. Which means I have to change it every day.

Is there a way that I can make this "last 30 days" dynamic?

  • Have you tried saving a bookmark removing the from and to dates in the URL? I am nearly sure the parameter span=30 does the magic, so you would only need to have the URL without those parameters (from and to dates). – lnjuanj May 28 '17 at 10:40
  • @lnjuanj I tried it, will report back to you tomorrow whether it worked. – vrwim May 30 '17 at 11:24
  • @lnjuanj Yes this works, if you post this as an answer, I will accept it. – vrwim May 31 '17 at 9:35
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You could create a bookmark, removing the from and to dates in the URL.

Whenever you click on "last 30 days" on Tempo, the URL is updated with a "to" and "from" fields. Thus, if you use the generated link afterwards, it will keep those fields and re-use the dates.

Since the URL also has a parameter called "span=30" that marks the "last 30 days" span, you would only need to have the URL without those parameters (from and to dates).

Creating a bookmark removing those from:

http://myjiraserver/secure/TempoUserBoard!timesheet.jspa?userId=userxyz&filterIds=-1001&use-ISO8061-week-numbers=true&period=&periodType=FLEX&periodView=DATES&from=2017-05-02&to=2017-05-31&exact=&span=30

to this:

http://myjiraserver/secure/TempoUserBoard!timesheet.jspa?userId=userxyz&filterIds=-1001&use-ISO8061-week-numbers=true&period=&periodType=FLEX&periodView=DATES&exact=&span=30

would do the trick.

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