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How can i find out total time logged by team in a sprint

How can i find out total time logged by team in a sprint?

I know you can check it on the burndownchart but it is only an idea you can get from the graph. How cani get the exact figure?

Rahul

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i got it, i can lookupon the table at the bottom of burndown chart

Can you be more specific of where to find this information? 

 

Thanks,

CC 

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Hey Aich,

Glad you've found it yourself!
Also, if you have Script Runner installed, you can get the number using the following advance search:

project = "Your Project" AND Sprint = ID_of_your_Sprint AND issueFunction in aggregateExpression("Time spent for all Issues", "timespent.sum()")


I hope this helps, despite being a little out of scope.

Regards,
Philipp

Field 'issueFunction' does not exist or you do not have permission to view it.

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Hi, 

 

You need to have the App "Script Runner" installed to use this function.

 

Regards

Philipp

@philleicht I have "Script Runner" installed but I am getting this error

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any idea what could be the issue here ? 

Hi @Faisal_Hussain

I can't see your full query, but did you use it in combination with "issue Function in" as in the example JQL Query above? It's a sub function of issueFunction, not a separate function of its own. 

Such as:

issueFunction in aggregateExpression("Time spent for all Issues", "timespent.sum()")

 

But make sure to add additional filter criteria before this query, as it will execute the function for all returned issues (hence, if your current search shows multiple thousand issues, it will run the function across all of them, impacting system performance) 

 

Regards

Philipp

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