I would like to see the time that I have logged for an issue for each workdate and not for the updated date.
For example, if I enter 8 hours today and, on the same day, I enter 8 hours for yesterday, how can I see a report that shows 8 hours for each day?
Hello @Hessel F
Unfortunately, there are no Jira built-in reports that could show you the time you (or your team) logged in particular days to particular issues.
On the bright side though, there are Marketplace apps like our Worklogs - Time Tracking and Reports that can give you visibility to such information. Here's a screenshot demonstrating how the report looks like broken down by users and total time logged in the given day.
You can click on each time entry to get a list of all issues the time was logged to. You can also choose grouping by issues, to display the time broken down by the issues, instead of a total time logged in a day.
If this sounds like what you are looking for, you can give Worklogs a try.
I wonder why Jira makes it so easy to capture time for any date, if the only way to see it is to buy an add-on?
Thank you to everyone who has replied, and I accept the answers that say that it can only be done by using add-ons. The company policy where I work is that we cannot use add-ons.
The one that I am going to end up using is also a Google Chrome extension and it's called "Jira Assistant".
It gives reports of work logged per story and sub task and the reports can be for groups or individuals.
It has a number of reporting features and I am impressed!
Is there any book that inspired you and helped you better and broader perspective? Please drop their names. Would love to read 💙
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