I was trying to generate a report or a dashboard view that provides me with the
1. Time spent by a resource across different projects, epics or tasks
2. Total Time spent by all the resources on a single project (for a given time range or monthly)
Is there a way we can achieve this by using the standard widgets provided by JIRA or any recommendations on any add ons that could provide all the time tracking metrics
Hello @Radhika Gupta ,
If you are already using Jira Time Logs, I would recommend you our app - Worklogs Time Tracking and Reports. It allows you to create a custom reports from your Jira issue Time Logs. So, you can check how much time has been logged to a specific project, component or any other custom fields.
Hope it helps! In case of any questions, please feel free to contact me here, I'll be happy to assist you.
I'm Nataliya from ActivityTimeline team. If you will consider an add-on ActivityTimeline could fits your request. ActivityTimeline provide a resource planning and availability on a timeline dashboard.
ActivityTimeline allows to understand how much time users spent on a specific issue or project with workload indicator on timeline view dashboard.
You can generate a report to track time spent by all the resources on a different projects for a selected period.
Hope it helps.
For a readymade solution, to get the time spent data, you can try out our plugin
The app provides the following features.
Worklogs & Time tracking Report :- Track time spent by resources with multiple filters / category / grouping features. Export to csv format is also available. You can filter based on worklogs time period as well.
Along with this there are multiple other features like Time in Status, Links Hierarchy, Epic Hierarchy etc which the app provides.
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