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How to track how much time the task is in progress?

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Deleted user Jun 16, 2020

Ideally, if the timer were squatting and turned on with a change in status. So I can see stuck tasks. And only the project manager saw it

Any ideas and thank

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Hi Alex,

For Server and Data Center, Enhancer plugin satisfies this requirement easily. Status Timer Field measures how much time an issue spends on a particular status and gives you drill-down information that which assignee spends how much time in that particular status. Enhancer is robust, easy to use, and has many useful features.

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You can also use calendars and different calculation methods for the Status Timer. Moreover, the Status Timer custom field can be added to Jira reports for further analysis.

Let me know if you need further information. I'm one of the folks in Snapbytes.

Regards,

Gökçe

Hi @[deleted] ,

You can use Status Time add-on. It generates time spent on each status based on a calendar(7/24 or working hours).

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John Funk Community Leader Jun 16, 2020

Hi Alex,

You should be able to create a Quick Filter for your board that shows issues that have been in a particular status over a certain amount of time. Something like:

status changed to "Develop Underway" before startOfDay(-6) and status = "Develop Underway"

That would show cards that moved into Develop Underway more than 6 days ago and are still there. You can change the time and statuses as you like for additional Quick Filters.

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Hi @[deleted] 

Also, you can find workflow bottlenecks with Time in Status for Jira Cloud. It generates reports about time issues were at each status. 

Time Between Statuses lets calculate status to status time data. Its feature is that using it, you can set time limits and notifications, so as not to miss the problem of space in tasks.

Hope one of them will be useful for you

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