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Can somebody explain to me how I can keep track of the time for each tasks I have to do during a day if the job consists on jumping from task to task and from tasks to meetings and vice versa?
To log time on a task you need a description. What do you put on that description if the task is fix a bug or simply search for data or just writing a class to do something?
For project managers, they like to see charts, time graphs, reports I get it but to me it's just a waste of time at least on a IT company or my work style.
Doing the math, I should dedicate at least 30 minutes per day to log time on tasks and describe my work, even if nobody has a clue about what I'm doing. Believe me it's tested. Now multiply 30 minutes per 20 - 22 working days in a month.
And then, the funny questions are:
How much time for this project? (But I don't even have requirements!!!)
How much until done? (I work even weekends sometimes. )
Jira it's a awesome tool in right hands but it's a nightmare wrong ones.