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How to generate a Users activity tracking report in JIRA? Edited

Need to generate the Users Worklog Activity report from JIRA. Purpose is taking the timesheet report.

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Hi Venkatesh,

You can generate the report by going to the Project, clicking on Reports on the right.  In the window scroll down to User Workload Report under Forecast & management.

Hopefully that helps!

Cheers,

Branden

Thanks Branden.

This option gives me to generate only for the particular project, but i required to generate the User's Activity report for all the user's across the projects with monthwise.

 

Like Petr Melnikov likes this

Did you manage to find such function/report ? I am also looking for such an option

As am I. We need to produce a monthly report of all JIRA users for auditing purposes.

Anyone figure out a way to do this Jira-wide, not just for one project?

+1 looking for this feature

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Hello all,

There has been a lot of views on this thread recently meaning that a lot of people are still looking for a good solution,  And I have recently discussed a few options in two newer but related threads as possible solutions viewable at the links below:

And I particularly wanted to draw attention to this portion as I believe it lines up as the best solution here:

There is a really good exe on how to do this on a per user basis from the API with example scripts linked via github repos in the following community post, which could be easily modified to exclude the user specific worklog and focus on the full release details, and would be a really good starting point to pull and collate the data set:

Hope this info help y'all out

Regards,
Earl

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