JQL actually allows you to query the "Time Spent" field, so you could then use the available logical operators to develop a query to test for the specific criteria you require as explained in this document on the subject: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching#AdvancedSearching-TimeSpent
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Hi dhaval, did you figured out how to get timespent for specific user on issue? I can get whole timespent on issue but not for a specific user. For example: user1 made 1h worklog, user2 made 3h worklog. I fetch 4h, but i can't figured out how to get timespent for user1 or user2. Regards, Ivan
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