Jira Agile: set time spent to 0 on fixed/done workflow transition resolved/closed

When we use the Jira Agile board, and just drag and drop issues from in progress to 'resolved/closed' we have it set to default issue type 'done', when its set as 'done' we would like the remaining hours on this ticket set to 0.

Is this possible, or is this normally already there and my setup is just bad at the moment?

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Anna Cardino Atlassian Team Apr 25, 2014

Hey there, Erik.

When you mentioned that you have the issue set to Done, I believe that you are referring to the status of the issue, not the issue type. Am I right?

If yes, can you check on the following to see if it caters to your requirement?

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+workflow+configuration#Advancedworkflowconfiguration-Usingapostfunctiontosetafield

Let me know how it goes for you.

I've been using this for all workflows and it works fine

most closest answer, although our flows are not the best. Been going back from greenhopper time but i know i need to set these values.

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