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Need a product to track time with start-time / end-time of each Story

Hi all,

We are looking for a tool to track time in Jira and have report like:


Description  Assignee      Start time    End time    Total hours
Issue 1         James           5:30AM       9:30AM        4
issue 2          Edwin          5:21AM       8:22AM        3

 

Do you know any tools support this?

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María Atlassian Team Sep 07, 2017

Hello Tuan,
Portfolio provides a seamless integration with JIRA and allows you to time track your projects and teams as well as creating reports.

Learn more here.

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Time tracking

JIRA has built-in time tracking, or you could use Tempo if the built-in feature is not sufficient.

Reporting

For the report, you can create a custom template for the Better Excel Plugin. This would just iterate through the worklogs of each issue, then calculate the earliest and latest dates, then export those with the field values to a spreadsheet. See the customization guide.

There is a default template that processes worklogs to create various reports. You could use that as starting point.

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