I am JIRA administrator and I would like to configure for every active user a weekly report with the hours they logged in all issues they worked in the week (say I sent it on Monday 8 AM with all worklogs from previous week).
In another scenario, same as above but with all users from group A (say testers), email the report to users from group B (QA managers).
This is related to JIRA Timesheet Report.
Thanks in advance.
I think it should be possible.
1) Subscribe to Time Sheet Report and for the created Subscription (under Issues Menu, see Timesheet Subscriptions), use Schedule link, there you can also specify 'Remind Users in Group' say jira-users, to send all personal Time Sheet report regularly.
More over if you have 'Highlight Hours' option in Administration - Add-ons - Timesheet Configuration, user missing hours will get a warning message in his email.
2) Someone from Group B needs to subscribe to Group A Timesheet Report, and in Shedule settings for the Subscription specify Group B in 'CC Users in Group' option.
Please let me know how it works.
Hi Andriy, I think I am not making my self clear. I would like to create a subscription for every user, not expecting each user to create a susbcription for themselfs. I created this subscription: cc-group=jira-users&moreFields=status&moreFields=timetracking&numOfWeeks=1&remind=jira-users&reportingDay=2&showDetails=true&sumSubTasks=true&targetUser=acasari&weekends=true but then the users are getting my timesheet, not theirs.
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