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Disable Tempo in individual projects

We would like to disable the app functions in individual projects.

  • Andrew Ramsay
  • Feb 26 2020
  • Future consideration
Tempo Products Tempo Timesheets
Tempo Platform On-Premise
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  • Lars Fessler commented
    22 May, 2023 08:30am

    We would like to give our staff some guidance in plain sight in which projects they need to plan and/or track time. It is a compliance issue in our case. Staff associations are powerfull in Germany by law. They can prevent us from using Tempo altogehter if we do not comply.

    Some projects our staff works on are in a customer context. Others are not. They only need to plan and track time for projects where customers are involved.

    So in both cases it is the same staff members. So the need Timesheets and Planner access.

  • Frank Holdt commented
    24 Mar, 2023 07:44am

    Out of 14 offices in our organization, only two have opted to use tempo for internal time tracking and ressource planning. For the rest, the extra screen real estate used on cases where Tempo is not needed is VERY annoying. We may eventually have to honour the annoyance of the many over the needs of the few.

    Look to Risk Register (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1213146/) or Multiple Checklists (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1220026) for elegant solutions on how to implement this.

  • Christian Kress commented
    25 Jan, 2023 01:12pm

    Dear Tempo Team,

    In our company, we also need to set up the plugin project-specifically, since it is not required for all projects (e.g. portfolio projects do not need time tracking).

    Is there already a function to deactivate the add-on in the screen mask and in the project sidebar or to set it to invisible?

    Kind regards from Germany


  • Robin Keet commented
    16 Aug, 2022 12:06pm

    Hey Tempo,

    We would also very much like this feature. In our use-case we have multiple Product Teams, some of which need to track their hours, some which don't.

    In order to not foul up the interface / screen real-estate, having this disabled per project would be great!

    In our case: we would like to enable it per project category, but having a toggle to enable/disable per project would be great already! (see for Checklist Pro for an implementation example).


  • Gonchik Tsymzhitov commented
    23 Mar, 2022 08:24am


  • Gonchik Tsymzhitov commented
    23 Mar, 2022 08:24am

    Any ideas that?

  • danna deaton commented
    9 Feb, 2022 12:59pm

    There are workarounds that hide the "log work" section, but in it's place you end up with a "Plan Time" section Which is also not wanted.

  • Guest commented
    17 Nov, 2021 12:43pm

    Would also like this feature.

  • Mert Karadağlı commented
    5 Mar, 2021 08:28am

    Our customer do not want to see any tempo panel on issue screen. We need to remove then from certain project

  • Hlynur Johnsen commented
    20 Apr, 2020 02:16pm

    We currently support managing access to Tempo products on a per user basis using Global Jira Permissions. That way it is possible to specify exactly who has access to Tempo.

    I realise that our current solution may not satisfy the need being expressed here, but I'm curious to understand this use case a bit better. In what circumstances would you like to hide Tempo on a per project basis? Is it to prevent time being tracked against selected projects, or is it more that certain users do not need to track time?

    Thanks for the feedback!

    Hlynur Johnsen

    Group Product Manager - Tempo for Jira