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Display of a timestamp for fields "Created At" and "Resolved"

Hello,

I am looking for a way to display the timestamp for the fields "Created At" and "Resolved" after having conducted an issue search.

Currently the result-view only lists the date but I do also need information about the time. If you regard a task in detail, you can see that a timestamp has been saved for the fields "Created At" and "Resolved". This means that the necessary information I need, has been saved on the database.

Is there a possibility to display this timestamp in the issue-search so that I can export the results with the required fields to excel?

With Regards

MlllG

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Hi,

As far as I can see, the .xls report generated by JIRA contains both the date and time information, even if the time is not shown in the original version.

Florin.

I'm sorry. I did not check the excel file itself.

Thanks very much

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