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Please tell me if our company employees use and fill in the fields: Original estimate and Time Tracking on a regular basis, how can we make good and convenient reports on these fields in Jira Cloud Standard so that managers can track each individual employee, each department, each project, and so on, how can we make a quality report on time tracking and see the employment and workload of each individual employee, for example, for a month, day, week, quarter, and so on?
Hi @Roman Mural
NovaPost is one of my favourite Ukrainian services:)
I could recommend you ActivityTimeline that have not only time tracking features, but provides resource planning and availability on a timeline view as well.
An automatic time tracker allows users to focus on their tasks without the worry of tracking when they begin working on them. All worklogs submitted through Jira are smoothly loaded, ensuring that you always have accurate and up-to-date numbers at your fingertips.
ActivityTimeline also offers to report by diverse categories: project, epic, and customer, so you know where the time is getting spent. Generate easy-to-understand reports using our templates and optimize your delivery pipeline:)
If you have any further inquiries, please don't hesitate to reach out. We are also available to provide a demo session if you find it necessary.
Hi @Roman Mural
If you are looking to learn more about worklog-related reports in Jira, we've just published a pretty detailed article on it in the community today:
I am from another time-tracking app vendor, EverIT (maybe sadly, we are not Polish but Hungarian), and if you are looking to vet different apps for the solution you are looking for, I'd be happy to nominate our Timetracker for your consideration.
Feel free to book a Demo with our team to discuss any questions you might have.
Hi @Roman Mural
you might consider using time-tracking apps that in most cases have a customizable report of tracked time on issues.
I can recommend our Clockwork Automated Time Tracking & Timesheets Pro app, which offers you the possibility to review timesheets and create reports that can be configured in various ways using break-down and filtering options.
Using timesheets, you can create a report that shows the original estimate and the remaining estimate.
Please find below the sample of how the timesheet looks like:
If you have any questions you can contact us via our help center.
Jira does have built-in reports that might be interesting for you, but as far as I remember it is not possible to show the data for each user individually.
You can check and create reports in specific Jira projects>Report tab. It might depend on which project type are you running.
For details, you can refer to this Jira documentation.
Thank you, it's great!
We will try it! We're a big company, NovaPost, you may have heard of it. We are currently studying Jira products, we want to do our business in Jira.
Please tell me if it will be possible to track planned, estimated and spent time on projects and tasks, as well as for each employee separately, for a certain period, month, quarter in this plugin?
That's great! Using our Clockwork Timesheet you will be able to create various reports showing tracked time, including original estimates. It can be filtered by users, teams, and projects.
If you have some specific cases to discuss, and you would like to review it live, don't hesitate to schedule the meeting using a link I've shared in my previous message.