Need filter Query to view all issues whose 'TimeSpent' field is update on last day

I am looking for a way to find out which all team members have updated time spent and logged work on daily basis.

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Hello Sunaina,

There's a plugin ( http://www.j-tricks.com/jql-tricks-plugin.html) that provides extra JQL functions, including the following :

Worklog functions

  • workStartedOn(date,[User])
  • workLoggedOn(date,[User])
  • workUpdatedOn(date,[User])
  • workLoggedBetween(startDate,endDate,[User])
  • workLoggedAfterDate(date,[User])

More information available here http://www.j-tricks.com/jql-tricks-plugin.html

BTW, my suggestion is Tempo Plugin (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/is.origo.jira.tempo-plugin) that, in my opnion, is the best way to monitor/report timesheet.

Hope this helps,

Fabio

I can't find "Add-ons" on my JIRA administration page. Please share steps to reach there.

Hello,

If you have Script Runner already installed in your Jira, you could use the following query (without installing any other plugins) if you want to see the items whose logged hours is updated for a particular day:

1. This can be used if you want to query it from a particular project and group:

project = "<project name>" AND issueFunction in workLogged("on 2014/05/17") AND "Implemented By" in membersOf("<group name>").

2. This can be used if you want to query it from a particular date regardless of project and group:

issueFunction in workLogged("on 2014/05/17")

Hope this helps.

Regrads.

Please share URL for script runner installation.

Hi...

You could try using the queries I have posted above first. Script runner is a FREE plugin and is predefined in JIRA.

Go to Issues > Search for Issues > "Enter the query".

To view if you already have a script runner follow the image below:

You could also type the script runner in the search field as can be seen above. or follow this link: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.onresolve.jira.groovy.groovyrunner

Regards.

Let me try these out and get back. Thanks for responding!

project = "IBNM" AND issueFunction in workLogged("on 2014/05/30") AND "Implemented By" in membersOf("IBNM")

This is not working. Please suggest.


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