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Multi-level approvals: Require more than one approver on a Timesheet

Administrator should be able to define how many approvers are needed in order to have a Timesheet/Account fully approved.

  • Guðrún Fema Ólafsdóttir
  • Mar 25 2020
  • Planned
Tempo Products Tempo Timesheets
Tempo Platform On-Premise
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  • Gerhard Mesch commented
    30 Aug 09:06am

    Yes would be a good feature and I would like if the approval chain is derived from the teams.

  • Tania Rey Labandeira commented
    21 Apr 02:31pm

    Required function for people working on multiple teams

  • Michael Mohr commented
    25 Feb 07:58am

    We have a slightly other use case.

    We need different timesheets for a user for a period that he can submit to different time leads. These different timesheets should include his worklogs for different projects that must be charged to different customers. And so these project(s) specific timesheets needs to be approved by the specific project(s) managers. And in addition to that the user also needs to worklog non chargeable work and the timesheet for these hours need to be approved by his disciplinary manager.

    So summarized a possibility is needed to somehow define which worklogs of a user get part of which of his different timesheets in one period.

  • Kosh Sarkar commented
    12 Nov, 2020 04:33pm

    Having this feature would really help our Organization. The lack of it is making us consider other solutions. We would like to be able to specify multiple approvers, where the approver does not need to be part of the team and could be anyone in the instance.