how to see time tracked against epics

I need to do a report on hours tracked against each epic for the previous month e.g. October. And who tracked them.

Is this possible without going into each individual ticket?

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Hi Laura,

I started using the Epic Sum Up add-on for this about a year ago. Simple to set up and very easy to use. You can find it in the Marketplace right here:

The PRO version is commercial, but there's also a free version that has the key functionality you are referring to:

(it's available for cloud and server)

Hi Walter,

Great thank you! I have downloaded this add-on. How do I use the add-on now that it is downloaded?

Hey Laura,

You can find all that in the manuals online:

Might be useful to have a look at the feature matrix too to see what's in the light vs the pro versions.

In short, install the add-on first and then look through the user guide for the configuration.

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Laura, you should create an Excel pivot table with the following dimensions: 

  1. epic
  2. month
  3. the user who logged the time

The Better Excel Plugin has a worklog-report.xlsx template that you could use as starting point.



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