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    Track time spent on Jira issues with one mouse click

    Track time spent on Jira issues with one mouse click

    Track your work time in Jira easily

    See time reports accross different systems

    Sync time back to Jira

    You can now easily track each issue from Jira simply by pressing one button. Each time you click the Start Timer button your work time is recorded in TMetric

    You can run detailed reports for the time tracked in Jira as well as for the time tracked in other web apps.

    You can look through your time spent in Jira in a most detailed way using comfortable time line and reports.

    Setup automatic time synchronization from TMetric to Jira.

    More details

    This add-on works with TMetric service. Primary purpose of the add-on is to allow synchronizing time from TMetric back to Jira.

    Before installing the add-on complete following steps:

    After installing the add-on:

    Reviews for cloud

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    by Elizabeth Bunton on 2017-08-23
    This would only be helpful if the team members remember to start the timer.
    0 out of 3 found this review helpful
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    by Adnan Akbar on 2017-07-24
    Havent truly tested it yet
    0 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Matt Batten on 2016-04-02
    This is a very handy and simple time tracker to use with Jira. I found it really convenient to use in my workflow and it also allows you to track your time for anything, not just JIRA. It can also handle teams, although I am guessing at some stage this will become a paid service. To get it working you need to sign up for a free account at tmetric dot com. Install the plugin for your browser and you then get a "Start Timer" button appearing in your Jira issues. I would also recommend installing the desktop app for your system tray if you are using Windows. It's a convenient tool for starting and stopping or opening the web app. The one caveat is that it does not log the times within Jira itself. It logs the times in its own standalone website app, although it does give handy links back to the JIRA issues you used the timer for. This would be perfect if it logged times in JIRA as well, but I can live without that as I was more after a daily time tracker that was quick and easy to use. I gave it 3 out of 4 stars since it doesn't also log times in JIRA, but would definitely be 4 stars if it did.
    3 out of 3 found this review helpful
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    >This would be perfect if it logged times in JIRA as well, but I can live without that as I was more after a daily time tracker that >was quick and easy to use.

    Now it can log time in JIRA https://tmetric.com/help/import-and-export/jira-synchronizing-time/

    by Jordan Sanders on 2016-03-14
    To install TMetric on Jira and track time of external tasks please read this small tutorial https://tmetric.com/help/time-tracking/tracking-time-for-external-tasks/
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    by Elizabeth Bunton on 2017-08-23
    This would only be helpful if the team members remember to start the timer.
    0 out of 3 found this review helpful
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    by Adnan Akbar on 2017-07-24
    Havent truly tested it yet
    0 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Matt Batten on 2016-04-02
    This is a very handy and simple time tracker to use with Jira. I found it really convenient to use in my workflow and it also allows you to track your time for anything, not just JIRA. It can also handle teams, although I am guessing at some stage this will become a paid service. To get it working you need to sign up for a free account at tmetric dot com. Install the plugin for your browser and you then get a "Start Timer" button appearing in your Jira issues. I would also recommend installing the desktop app for your system tray if you are using Windows. It's a convenient tool for starting and stopping or opening the web app. The one caveat is that it does not log the times within Jira itself. It logs the times in its own standalone website app, although it does give handy links back to the JIRA issues you used the timer for. This would be perfect if it logged times in JIRA as well, but I can live without that as I was more after a daily time tracker that was quick and easy to use. I gave it 3 out of 4 stars since it doesn't also log times in JIRA, but would definitely be 4 stars if it did.
    3 out of 3 found this review helpful
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    Devart

    >This would be perfect if it logged times in JIRA as well, but I can live without that as I was more after a daily time tracker that >was quick and easy to use.

    Now it can log time in JIRA https://tmetric.com/help/import-and-export/jira-synchronizing-time/

    by Jordan Sanders on 2016-03-14
    To install TMetric on Jira and track time of external tasks please read this small tutorial https://tmetric.com/help/time-tracking/tracking-time-for-external-tasks/
    Was this review helpful?YesNo

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    Released 2017-06-15

    Summary

    ​Time synchronization from TMetric to Jira Cloud added.

    Installation

    1. Log into your Atlassian application instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate TMetric - Time Tracker for Jira.
    4. Click Install to download and install your app.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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