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The actual date or time of issue history instead of time calculation

Is there anybody to help me to see the actual date or time of issue history instead of time calculation?

When I click history, Jira shows me the time calculation like "created issue - 3 days ago".

I would like to see the actual date like "created issue - 2017/05/13".

Could anybody tell me how to change the history date type?

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Hi @이인희 

If this problem is still actual, there is a solution made by our team - add-on Issue History.
It saves a history of all changes. Users can see when (date and time) every change in the project was made.
The free trial version is available at the Atlassian Marketplace.




Although this does not come in time, it can help someone else..

If you click on the history item, it brings you on the activity stream and if you are lucky,

you might see it with the exact date..

However, if the event is still too close from the day, it might still sadly show in an "ago" form..

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Jun 19, 2017

Thank you so much Nic!

As I'm using Jira Cloud Service, according to your link, I can't use absolute dates at all.

Anyway, thank you so much for your kind reply.

So kind of you.

Very grateful.

All the best for you.



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