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View running timers?

I started a timer but forgot which task it was on.  Is there a way to view my running timers?

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Gebsun Rising Star Jan 29, 2015

Hi Steve,

Is this self hosted or Cloud JIRA? In self hosted you can go to your profile page and select 'Active Issues' tab to see the list of started timers and their values.

That functionality will also appear in the next version for Cloud.

Regards, Gebsun

Hello, is it possible to have Active Issues displayed in System Dashboard on self hosted server?

Hi,

  At the moment you can view your active timers on Apps->Automated Log Work->My Active Timers or in each project.

  We will add dashboard gadget soon, we have in backlog this for feature for Cloud we will let you know when is ready.

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