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Time Reports for Logged Work

Hello,

We current have Jira 4.4.3 and GreenHopper 5.8.2 installed in our environment. I was wondering if there's a way to produce a report showing a summary of all logged time along with a grand total against a specfic "environment".

What I'm trying to achieve here is to track and report how much time my dev team is spending fixing production issues. In order to accomplish this, I have created a required "Environment" field with a drop-down list which includes "production" as an option in the list. I have instructed everyone in the team to create a jira ticket with "production" selected from the list and log all time spent on that issue against it.

My hope was that then I could pull a monthly or weekly report showing the total time spent or "logged" (with a breakdown per user) of the whole team fixing these production issues.

Is this possible through our version of Jira / GH? do I need to get a plugin, if so which one?

Thanks,

AZ

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I have two developers working and logging hours in the same task, so I need to Know how much either developer worked not by task but in the sprint. How Can I do This?

With the time tracking report I need to have a version. Is it possible without?

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Those jira documentation links are ancient.. does anyone know what the URL of the time tracking report is? because i cant find it at all.

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I'de like to see updated links too

i opened a support case with the time tracking report people and was able to get this URL that i use for time tracking now. Your variables will be different, but maybe you can figure out the syntax with this:

 

you need the time tracking plugin, if that isnt clear.

 

https://jira.DOMAIN.ca/secure/TimespentReport.jspa?reportKey=jira-timesheet-plugin%3Atimespent&selectedProjectId=10100&startDate=2017-01-01&endDate=2025-05-04&projectRoleId=&projectid=10800&filterid=&commentfirstword=&groupByField=customfield_11200&Next=Next

Jira Timesheet Plugin provides better time-tracking reports and it can group by a Custom Field also so it should satisfy your need.

Full disclosure that @Andriy Zhdanov is the Jira Timesheet plugin author is important information to have in this answer.

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Well done @cori schlegel that was important :smile:

Why after the installation it changed whole JIRA look? -.^

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christos I'm New Here Jun 01, 2020

In hope to help future requests like this, it is very straight forward from this -> https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/rest/v2/#api-rest-api-2-issue-issueIdOrKey-worklog-get

 

just follow the provided examples and loop over all users in the structured response of the API

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