If you're using Planner by Tempo, our integration allows you to:

  • View and manage planned time data within a structure, alongside your project data
  • Use planned time data in formulas, generators, and transformations
  • Aggregate planned time across users, teams, sprint, or any other Jira field, based on your Structure hierarchy

  • Create multiple columns to track specific users, time frames, and more

Sprint planning with Structure and Planner

The structure will only include issues and planned time data the active user has access to, based on their permission settings in Jira, Structure, and Tempo.

Customizing a Tempo Planned Time Column

 You can customize each Tempo Planned Time column to focus on specific time frames, users, and more.

Configuring a Tempo Planned Time column

  • Name - Give each Tempo Planned Time column a name specific to the data it's displaying.
  • Period - Specify the time frame you want to include planned time data from.
  • Jira users - Select the users you want to include (the time displayed will be the sum of all selected users).
  • Sum over sub-items - When checked, planned time values will be aggregated up your hierarchy. You can also customize how items are aggregated:
  • Exclude duplicates - If an item appears more than once in the structure, it's value will only be included once within the aggregate total.
  • Exclude filtered items - When checked, filtered items will not be included in the aggregate total. If this is left unchecked, the values of those items will be included in the calculation, even though they are not visible in the structure.

Configuring Structure to Access Tempo Data

If you receive a "Configuration required" message, it means your Jira administrator has not yet connected Structure with Tempo. You should contact your Jira administrator.


If you experience any problems adding or viewing a Tempo Planned Time column, refer to the following common troubleshooting tips:

  • Configuration Required - Ask your Jira administrator to connect Structure with Tempo.

  • No data in the column - If you're not seeing any data in the column, or receiving an error message, check the following:
    • Is planned time data available for the Period you've selected? Try adjusting the period and see if you get any results.

    • Is there planned time data available for the Jira users you've selected, and do you have permission to view their planned time data? Try changing the selected users, or try selecting just yourself.
  • Data doesn't match what others see - If you're using a shared structure, the results in your Tempo Planned Time column may differ from someone else's, if you do not have the same permissions as the other person. For example, you may not have permission to view planned time data for everyone selected under Jira users.