See my work log in jira

I want to see how many total hours I have logged in jira. Currently jira shows work log for individual story / sub tasks. But is it possible to show the total amount of work logged in jira by individual developer.

It would be nice if it shows a kind of metrics where work logged against each day is shown.

Edit : can I see burndown chart for individual developer?

Answers


We are using the Timesheet Reports and Gadgets Add-On for JIRA. It's available on the Atlassian Marketplace under a BSD licence, but it's not free.

On our JIRA 5.0.x server, it was accessible from the Projects tab > Summary page > Reports drop-down list > Time Sheet Report item.

After upgrading to JIRA 6.x, it was accessible from Projects tab > Summary page > Reports section heading > Time Sheet Report.

One tip for the timesheet report is that you don't need to give a beginning and end date for the report: it defaults to the past week. So you can bookmark the report and come back later for a report of the last week.


One of the free option available is to use the browser extension named Jira Assistant available in below url. This extension has lot more useful features which not only helps to generate report, but also help to log your work on daily basis with notifications, calendar integrations and lot more cool features which helps both managers and team members in their daily activity:

For Chrome users: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jira-assistant/momjbjbjpbcbnepbgkkiaofkgimihbii?src=sof

For Firefox users: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/jira-assistant/


If you use atlassian, select your project, then go to the left toolbar and click diagram and select this report:


I don't think it is possible with plain JIRA. You could use the REST api to build something yourself, or look at the various time tracking plugins for JIRA (Like Tempo). See also https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRACOM/Using+JIRA+For+Time+Tracking


There is no build in good way to achieve it but the maximum you can take with build in functionalities is following.

Options 1: Create filter like following JQL: worklogDate > startofWeek(-1w) AND worklogAuthor = john.smith

Then using worklog "Pie Chart" widget to sum. It is available for standard Dashboard. In "maximized" view it gives table with the numbers. It allows breaking by certain criteria. Then for each user you will need a widget on a dashboard to track which is not convenient.

Options 2: Use filter like given above to create Agile board and leverage "TimeTrackingReport" or "WorkLog" reports. Please bear in mind that Worklog report can be narrowed by User but does not give much flexibility

Hope this helps!


You can use "sumUp for Jira" plugin

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211625/sumup-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview

its sums up any numeric field values incl. worklogs and displays the sums in the issue navigator, dashboard gadgets or custom fields

You can create a filter with current user assignee and create a board with it and then you can add a burndown gadget to a dashboard to see the chart for each one


Tempo add-on does this. though it is slow.


Dashboards -> My Dash -> [+ Add A Gaget] -> Tempo User Timesheet -> Add

will show total time for each day/tickets etc.


You can also search the marketplace for free addons. There are some good ones.

For example this one (free up to version 3.4.4) https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.everit.jira.timetracker.plugin/versions


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