Can you log time for everyone tagged as watchers on a user story or ticket?

Since you can tag individual users as watchers on a user story or ticket, can you create a time log entry for all of those people at the same time?

 

One meeting for one hour + Seven attendees = one hour logged for each of the tagged people. 

 

Thank you. 

 

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If you're on Jira Server or Data Center, you can do something like this with Power Scripts for Jira.

for(number i = 0; i < size(watchers); i = i + 1){    
string userWatcher=getElement(watchers, i);
addWorklogAdjustEstimate(key, userWatcher, "1h", currentDate(), "generated via auto-worklog");
}

Ref: https://confluence.cprime.io/display/SIL/addWorklogAdjustEstimate

Ref: https://confluence.cprime.io/display/SIL/arrayGetElement

The trick would then be to determine when this script should fire. You could fire it when work is logged via an event listener or you could create a button to perform this action when coupled with something like Power Actions for Jira.

Thank you Justin. 

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