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How do I see recent activity of my team in JIRA? Edited

I am using JIRA and my teammate and I are creating alot of duplicate tags as we are testing at the same time.  Is there a way for me to see my teammates' recent activity? 


Is there a way to do this IN JIRA, or do I need to integrate with a tool like HipChat? 

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Monica Lao Atlassian Team Apr 01, 2017

Hi! Click on the upper left corner icon, and you will see your team's activity stream.

This is really frustrating!! Can anyone from Atlassian please give CLEAR instructions as to how I can access the activity log? Which page do I need to go to in order to view it. I found it once before but can't find my way back. 

The only post that makes any sense is from 2013 and is now out of date...

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Extending on this answer for 2019 and for Jira Cloud...

  1. Click on the Jira icon at the top left.
  2. Click on Dashboards.  The Default Dashboard is where you're likely going to land.
  3. Assuming the Default Dashboard hasn't changed, there is an "Activity Stream" gadget on that dashboard.  If it's not there, you can create your own Dashboard and add the Activity Stream gadget to it and configure it for your project(s).
  4. This will show you work logs, issue transitions, comments, etc. that your team has made to tickets in the configured projects.
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Thank you @Thomas Robbs - That is a great answer, I appreciate you taking the time to post :). While the Activity stream gadget is very useful, it's not what I'm looking for with this question.

There is a user specific activity log where you can check the user history for all time (within reason, not sure of the upper limit). It was in/around the user admin settings. 

I originally posed this issue in April of 2019 during an internal investigation. It's confounding that after almost a year, no one from Atlassian has updated the documentation or provided an answer.

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@Alexander_Cohen check this out:


<server>/projects/<project key>/summary


Edit:  You can also view activity for a specific user by way of their profile.

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Go to people on the top navbar.

Select the user whose activity you want to check and click.

On the user page, you will have a section on the top right as Worked on, select that.

All the activity by that user will be visible on this page based on the visibility and rights.


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