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5 Tips to Organize Onboarding Process with Time in Status for Jira Cloud

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Onboarding new employees can be a daunting process for any organization. It involves a lot of coordination and communication between different teams and departments, making it easy for things to fall through the cracks. Imagine that you have onboarded a new employee, and now you should track his efficiency during the workflow process (including the Jira time in status data and total time to solve the issue). He completes lots of assigned tasks, but not according to priority - tasks with all priority are completed, but those with high - are not. In such a case, you need to know the reason why and monitor how long it takes to solve each issue. Lots of add-ons are developed to make the workflow and onboarding process more convenient. But which one can definitely help?

5 tips to organize onboarding process

Fortunately, Time in Status for Jira Cloud can help to simplify the onboarding process and ensure a smooth transition for new hires. In this article, we'll explore how to use all the add-on’s advantages to organize your onboarding process effectively.

1. Define the onboarding process

Before you can use Time in Status for Jira Cloud, you need to have a clear understanding of what that process entails. This typically involves a series of tasks and activities, such as setting up new employee accounts, providing training and orientation, assigning tasks, and monitoring progress. This is an important step, so you can track the Jira time spent data and identify bottlenecks or delays.1 .png

2. Create a Jira workflow for onboarding

Once you have defined the onboarding process, you can create a Jira workflow that reflects the different stages of the process. This might include stages such as "account setup," "orientation and training," "task assignment," and "progress monitoring."

3. Configure Time in Status for Jira Cloud

After creating the Jira workflow, you can configure Time in Status for Jira Cloud to track the time that issues spend in each status. The Jira time in status data shows where some delays occur and allows monitoring how long a new hire spends in each stage of the onboarding process, as well as identify areas for improvement. 

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4. Present reports on Grid, as Graph, Bar or Pie charts

Time in Status for Jira Cloud provides a range of reporting that can help you optimize the onboarding process. For example, you can use visual analytics such as Pie and Graph charts to identify trends and patterns in onboarding times, as well as generate custom reports to share with stakeholders. With the help of different shapes (pie, graph, etc), you can easily visualize Jira time reports and track the hires work in a more user-friendly and attractive to the eye way. All of the 7 types of Jira time reports can be visualized and presented in the way you need it.

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5. Export and share reports with colleagues or analytical systems

If you want to get a more detailed customized Jira time report, you can use the export function. It allows exporting reports to CSV or XLSX files for further analysis. Or try the JSON Data Feed option to share Jira time reports with your colleagues and make corporate decisions regarding the overall workflow process or a particular team member's work.


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By following these steps, you can use Time in Status for Jira Cloud to streamline the onboarding process and ensure a smooth transition for new hires. Whether you are onboarding a single employee or a whole team, the add-on will help you stay organized and efficient, improving your overall productivity and performance. Make your work more convenient and don’t hesitate to try add-ons that will definitely simplify your processes. Get a 30-day free trial version to ensure which functionality of Time in Status for Jira Cloud fits your needs the best. 

We are eagerly waiting for your response in the comments section.



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