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I am working on creating a filter that can display the updated time spent on tickets within the last 7 days. It's relatively straightforward to show the total time spent on tickets over their entire lifespan. However, our CEO has requested a dashboard that specifically showcases the recently updated time spent.
For instance, if a ticket originally had a total of 200 hours logged but has had an update of 6 hours in the past week, we need to figure out how to exclusively display these 6 updated hours from the last 7 days.
I am using this filter to display data in a dashboard.
Hello @Caleb Michael
Welcome to the Atlassian community.
Natively Jira doesn't support that level of discrete reporting about the time logged against issues.
There are a variety of third party apps that provide functionality to report on time logged during a specified time period.
If you are not open to third party apps, then you might be able to devise a work around that utilizes a custom field to keep a running total of time logged "this week", using an Automation Rule triggered by the Work Logged activity to update that field, and another Automation Rule to clear the field at the end of the week.