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Best way to track SLA in JIRA

Our team is looking for a way to view/track SLA on the individual ticket level and in a column in a filter view. 

We would need to report on this across multiple classic projects weekly. 



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Hi @jaclyn 


Try SLA Time and Report  trusted by 200+ customers (including Grammarly, Regus, Teva) from 28 countries.

This add-on lets you customize SLA timers to your Jira issues from all Project Types (Jira Core, Jira Software, and Jira Service Management).


  • You set Start/Pause/Stop Conditions by using any issue field and set Multi-Cycle or First-Cycle options for SLA timer without knowledge of JQL to enter specific issue criteria.


  • SLA Time and Report users can create reports in a graph and a table view.


I believe that such tool from the Atlassian Marketplace, as SLA Time and Report, will be a better solution for you.

Try it for free from Marketplace



Anastasiia _SaaSJet_

Hi @jaclyn 

If you want to track SLA for Jira Service Management projects, then there is a bundled SLA solution in Jira.

On the other hand, if you need to use SLA for Jira Software projects you need to search for an app here.

Thank you! We don't currently use JIRA Service Management, so I'll re-look into market-place. 

We did install a couple of trial plug-ins but weren't able to set them up in a way to get consistent reporting and was a bit of a hassle with trying to troubleshoot. Will try contacting their support again and see if we can make progress this time around. 

Hi @jaclyn ,

To track SLAs in Software and business projects (as well as Service Management projects) you can use Time to SLA.

Time to SLA has many exciting features such as the ability to extract detailed SLA reports as well as summary reports containing remaining, elapsed duration and SLA start, target, and end conditions as well as the SLA status. You can also track your SLAs in issues through the SLA panel in which all your SLA information is presented.

You can also add a dedicated TTS- Periodic Met vs Exceeded SLAs gadget where you can show the number of Met, Progress, and Exceeded SLAs monthly or weekly basis based on a filter.

sla panel.pngperiodic met vs exceed sla.png

Time to SLA has many more novel features that can benefit your users.

Please let me know if you have further questions.



Please note that I'm one of the members of the Snapbytes team who developed the Time to SLA app.

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