Hi, 

We're using JIRA Agile ONDemand. Many of our users are very busy and not inclined to traverse multiple tickets. I'd like to find a user friendly time entry service that will allow my team members to see and manipulate the following on a single form:

  • Separate lists of active & pending tasks
  • For each task, be able to record
    • Time worked by day
    • Time Remaining on a given task

The basic software project time tracking looks interesting, however if people need to open each ticket to update their time, I suspect that we'll have difficulties. They are very busy and absent a lot of fussing, not likely to provide useful information.

 

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Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Nov 09, 2016

For sure this is self advertisement but I guess that Work Time Calendar quite matches smile https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.jiraworkcalendar.work-calendar

Volodymyr,

Thank you for your quick reply. Is there a way to set this up so that I can give each of my users a link to a single page through which they may enter time spent and time remaining to a list of their assigned tasks? My hope is that they will be able to enter all information from that page and not need to open the individual tickets or many (any) dialog boxes).

 

Your product looks interesting.

Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Nov 09, 2016

Mike,
Work Time Calendar page will be the only entry for your users. There they just drag and drop spent time and pick issues to report the time. You can check the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT75mmzerF0

Mike - If you implement this, please let me know what your feedback is. We are also looking for timesheet capabilities to be able to report time worked for the entire IT dept and then report to finance monthly.

Volodymyr - Is this capable of capacity management as well? We need a tool for that. Hoping to find a 2 in 1.

Thanks!

Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Nov 10, 2016

Hi  Emily,

> Is this capable of capacity management as well?

Not now. We have in plans to implement and release time planing in Q1 2017.

Oh darn! Okay, looking forward to it.

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