How to learn with JQL in which tasks "Logger time" exceeds "Estimated time" ? Edited

I need a filter so that I can see who the "Logged time" has hit more than the time than "Estimated time"

any thoughts? 

Thank you

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Natively, you can get all issues where the time spent is higher than the original estimate with this JQL:

workratio > 100

By showing the assignee in the Issue Navigator, you will get the info you need.

You might want to save that query as a filter in order to feed a Pie Chart by Assignee in a convenient dashboard for keeping track of things like this.

Hope it helps.

Ignacio Pulgar Community Champion Jan 26, 2018

Glad to help!

Mind that you can filter that further for getting only issues where the user who had logged work belongs to a certain group, with a query like:

workratio > 100 AND worklogAuthor IN membersOf("jira-administrators")

Hi, Maxim,

you can write an add-on with a custom JQL Function that will filter issues in your favourite way.

Or you can use third-way addons like ScriptRunner :

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