Filtering the Data in Reports

Abstract

How to filter data in Tempo reports

Important

In order to get the most out of your Tempo reports, you can apply a range of tools to sort the data. This includes applying filters as well as organizing the information into groups, sorting the data by columns, and adding columns to show Jira fields and work attributes.

Tempo remembers all your view settings and preferences between sessions. 

  • Select Reports timesheets-icon.jpeg in the Tempo sidebar to create a report or open a saved report.

Filtering Data

Selecting filters for the reports allows you to see only the information you need. You can, for example, select to view time logged on a specific project or all planned work for your team. The Filter by box at the top of the report shows which filters are applied.

To filter data in a report:

  1. Click the Filter by box to display a list of filter options.

    Filter data in a report
  2. Select the data you want to include in the report.

    Select filters for report
  • Use the search box to search for projects, teams, accounts, etc. To add a filter, select its check-box. To remove a filter, clear the check-box or click the x beside its name in the Filter by box.

  • If you select to filter by issues, you can also choose to include sub-tasks.

  • Click Back to return to the list of filters.

Below is an overview of the various fields that you can use to filter your reports:

Filter

What it does

Projects

Filters by Jira projects

Teams

Filters by Tempo team(s)

Roles

Filters by staff role

Accounts

Filters by Tempo account(s)

Account categories

Filters by Tempo account categories

Category types

Filters by account category types, including billable, capitalized, internal and operational

Customers

Filters by Tempo customers

Epics

Filters by Jira epic(s)

Issues

Filters by Jira issues

Users

Filters by Jira user

Jira filters (JQL)

Filters by predefined JQL filter