Managing Your Teams

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Key concepts for Tempo teams

Teams are a central concept in Tempo Timesheets and Tempo Planner for Cloud. Users who are grouped into teams can view each other's roles, schedules, plans, and time records.

Watch this video to get an overview about what Tempo teams are all about:

Tempo Team Permissions define how teams view and work with time records, timesheets, and plans. These permissions are applied to permissions roles within each team.

If you are a Tempo Team Administrator, you can create and delete teams in the Teams view. You can also modify existing teams by adding or removing team members, or create and delete permissions roles and add users to them. Tempo Team Administrators can become a team lead for one or more teams, or make somebody else a team lead.

Create a Tempo Team

Key concepts for Tempo Teams include the following:

Team Leads manage time for their teams by coordinating resources, managing schedules, and approving timesheets.

Programs are groups of teams, and are helpful for organizing many smaller teams at once. Each team can only be assigned to a single program, but a program can contain more than one team. Each program can be assigned a Program Manager.

Linking the team to projects and issues allows you to select from any teams linked to the project in the Team Custom field in Jira screens.

The team timesheet provides a quick overview of the time that is logged by team members on different projects.

Team Roles can be used to define the responsibilities that users have in different teams. If you have Tempo Team Administrator permissions you can add new team roles, delete roles, and configure which is the default role for team members.

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