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We are currently using ictime Time Tracking & Reporting for Jira on the Jira Data Server. We are migrating to Jira Cloud where there is no equivalent. What are clients mostly using now in Cloud to replace ictime Time Tracking & Reporting?
Hi @Karen Granovsky ,
It could be subjective and base on what features you are looking for in the time tracking and reporting.
Here's one I come across clients using:
Hope this helps.
Most people I run into are using Tempo - it's by far the most popular app for time tracking in Jira - see https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search?hosting=cloud&product=jira&query=timesheet and check the numbers of installs for each app!
Hello @Karen Granovsky
You can try any time tracking tool at the Atlassian Marketplace.
Or as an alternative, for better undertanding how long it takes yout team members to solve tasks and on which stage some delays occur, track the time spent in status. Time in Status for Jira Cloud (developed ny my SaaSJet team) with its 7 types of status time reports can help you with this.
The Time in status report shows how long an issue has been spent in each status.
The Assignee time report displays how long it takes each team member to solve a task.
In the Total column you can see the total time for solving each task.
Also, you can export data to CSV or XLSX files for further analysis.
Hope you find it helpful.
Hi @Karen Granovsky ,
Welcome to the community! I'm Daniel from EverIT, we are the developers of the Time tracking and Reporting app on Server or DC, and we do have a cloud version too!
You can check us out here: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211243/timetracker-time-tracking-reporting-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview
As vendors, we aren't supposed to do simple self-promotions or put outside links related to our app on the community forums, but since called out, I'd like to put the link to our Migration Guide here: https://everit.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/TCDL/pages/1352761345/App+data+migration+from+Server+DC+to+Cloud.
Feel free to reach out if you have questions!
Forgive me for being a little late in answering your question, but if you are still looking for an app that would meet your needs, or maybe someone else is looking for one, then I can offer you our application - Worklogs - Time Tracking and Reports.
The app allows you to monitor the tracking time depending on your requirements. For instance, in the example below I easily created a report to check how much time was logged by my users in particular issues:
You can filter the report in many other ways as needed. Moreover, you can always generate an Excel file based on the report.
I encourage you to try our interactive demo to see if this is something that would meet your expectations.
We are also happy to answer any questions about our application. Feel free to contact us by going to this link.
Hello @Karen Granovsky
I would suggest you try out the Clockwork Automated time tracking & Timesheet Pro or free . Clockwork provides you with the ability to track time automatically or manually. Clockwork also provides you with Out of box reports of the time logged by every user. You can view this report in Jira and also export the worklog in excel format.
Another interesting feature of clockwork reports is that you can filter your timesheets by multiple factors including projects, users, issue types, and components.
There are a variety of time-tracking apps available for Jira Cloud, and many of them offer similar basic features such as the ability to group worklogs by user, project, and time periods. However, each app also has unique features that may not be available in others.
If you're transitioning from Jira Data Center to Jira Cloud, you may find that some features are no longer available due to differences in APIs.
I'd like to recommend our time tracking app, WorklogPRO. In addition to the basic grouping features found in many other apps, WorklogPRO also allows you to group worklogs by almost any custom field value, as well as by worklog attributes. You can also group time domains by day, week, or month. It has dashboard gadgets and allows logging work on a calendar view. For more information, please refer to our Wiki page.
For example for WorklogPRO we don't have scripting feature, because Groovy scripts are not possible in the Cloud. Also we have hide time tracking feature in Dc version but not in the Cloud version, because you can't hide Jira's own UI or disable build-in Jira modules programmatically. In the cloud and Forge apps can't hide build-in time tracking panels so you end up with two copies of every time related function if the add-on is implemented with Forge.
For example ,Tempo Timesheet Cloud records all worklogs as "Tempo TImesheet" user in Jira database and only records the actual worklog author in its own database. DC version doesn't do this. This is a significant issue if you want to migrate. Also there are other functional differences between the DC and the Cloud.
In short, even if you are using the exact same app, you should investigate what are the differences between the Cloud and DC version.
Welcome to the community !!
For simple and powerful time tracking reports on Jira cloud, you can try out our add-on
The app provides the following features.
Disclaimer : I work for the vendor who built this app