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You might consider using time-tracking apps that in most cases have a customizable report of tracked time on issues, including the possibility to export the data to Excel.
I can recommend our Clockwork Automated Time Tracking & Timesheets Pro app, which offers you the possibility to export the timesheet data.
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You would have each issue, user, and time spent in different columns. You can include more than this, and configure it as you prefer.
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The reason for the export is to send to the client after the job. the default format jira has is almost perfect. its just that one thing. if i export it in the way you suggest, i would have to format it to look good after. Im trying to make this simple for none technical entry staff to do.
What i ended up doing was just create an jira rule to add it to the summery of the task.