Time reporting with JIRA?

For my monthly time reports, I would like to get the logged work of each person within a month. So I could imagine that using the assignee was operand could help me here. However I could not find the according log entry date and log work entered by fields, which I suppose I would need to create a correct filter.

Any ideas?

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This one of the things that Tempo does really well both user timesheet, team or custom timesheet based on filters.

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/is.origo.jira.tempo-plugin

Thanks for the hint, though I think a simple SQL will do the job. Nevertheless, will have a look at the features of the plug-in

I think you need a plugin for that. By default JIRA has a fairly poor support for time reporting. Take a look at the plugins here: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins?category=Worklog+%26+Time-tracking

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