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Is there a start/stop time tracker when working on an issue?

I see a field where the amount of time spent can be manually entered. Is there a start/stop option that'll track the amount of time spent?  Bonus if it would create a date entry along with the start/time.

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yes , There is a stop/start tracker in your issue on jira 

in your issue in the part of more you can see it and when you use it ,

it calculate your work on this issue 

and what is your jira version? 

my jira version is 8 


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Hey, Kimiya,

Thanks for the reply! Your interface looks different than mine...  I read another article that said the cloud version does not have an automatic time tracker :/.  

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If you on Jire 's next-gen project, there isn't time tracking 

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Hello @Caitlin Bell ,

there is not such an option in Jira, there are couple of plugins which provide this though. You can try for example Toggl Integration for Jira or Clockwork Automated Timesheets Free.

Hope that helped.


Thanks for the suggestions, Adam!

@Caitlin Bell 

Hi, You can try our Time Tracker for Jira add-on, in addition to the time tracking function, it allows you to create smart work reports

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