by Carsten Gehlingfor JIRA Cloud and JIRA Server 6.4.12 - 7.0.11
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    Not MORE timetracking - just EASIER timetracking

    Not MORE timetracking - just EASIER timetracking

    Track multiple Jira issues at the same time

    Easy issue selection

    Easy worklog posting

    Configure how many time-tracking slots you want available.

    Time is reported in Jira time-logging format (eg. 2h 31m)

    Jira issue keys are saved on program exit - including time tracking state

    Select issue keys from list of available issues - this list is controlled by choosing a JQL filter

    Posting spent time into Jira as a worklog with comment.

    Worklog comments can be saved with timestamp for later posting.

    Track multiple Jira issues at the same time

    Easy issue selection

    Easy worklog posting

    Configure how many time-tracking slots you want available.

    Time is reported in Jira time-logging format (eg. 2h 31m)

    Jira issue keys are saved on program exit - including time tracking state

    Select issue keys from list of available issues - this list is controlled by choosing a JQL filter

    Posting spent time into Jira as a worklog with comment.

    Worklog comments can be saved with timestamp for later posting.

    More details

    A desktop tool for recording time spent on different Jira issues. Fully integrated with Jira, for automatic fetching issues and submitting worklogs.

    Download installer here: https://github.com/carstengehling/jirastopwatch/releases/latest

    Do you ever find yourself working on multiple issues (almost) at the same time? Where you need to switch between them - and after 4 hours, you don't really know how much of those 4 hours were actually spent on which issues.

    Jira StopWatch comes in handy here, because by clicking a single button, you can switch between the issues that you log time on. And when you're done, it takes just one more click to submit the time as a worklog.

    Watch tutorial video here: https://vimeo.com/146107370

    Homepage: http://carstengehling.github.io/jirastopwatch

    Jira StopWatch is charityware. If you like the product, please consider supporting a local autism organisation of your choice.

    More details

    A desktop tool for recording time spent on different Jira issues. Fully integrated with Jira, for automatic fetching issues and submitting worklogs.

    Download installer here: https://github.com/carstengehling/jirastopwatch/releases/latest

    Do you ever find yourself working on multiple issues (almost) at the same time? Where you need to switch between them - and after 4 hours, you don't really know how much of those 4 hours were actually spent on which issues.

    Jira StopWatch comes in handy here, because by clicking a single button, you can switch between the issues that you log time on. And when you're done, it takes just one more click to submit the time as a worklog.

    Watch tutorial video here: https://vimeo.com/146107370

    Homepage: http://carstengehling.github.io/jirastopwatch

    Jira StopWatch is charityware. If you like the product, please consider supporting a local autism organisation of your choice.

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    by Marin Dimitrov on 2016-07-22
    Great tool. Congrats to the dev!
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    Carsten Gehling

    Hey Marin,

    Thank you for your kind words. Please spread the word. :-)

    /Carsten

    by Joshua Tan on 2016-06-22
    There seems to be some error when used with the JIRA board I'm using: The "Open issueControl in browser" button incorrectly appends the issue number with %20 character to the JIRA base url E.g. base url: http://myjira:8080 issue: CR-123 the address in the browser is: http://myjira:8080/%20CR-123 Also, can you add a vertical scroll bar if the number of displayed issue exceed the window size? Additionally, you consider vertical size readjustment... if I put 20 issues, it exceeds my screen resolution and 1. I can't click on settings. 2. I can't see the issues at the bottom.
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    Carsten Gehling

    Hi Joshua,

    Thank you for your input. The problem with "Open in browser" is probably because you've written a space in front of the issue-number in StopWatch's input field. But of course StopWatch should handle that correctly, so I'll get it fixed.

    The other thing has already been implemented in the newest version 1.7.0 which will be released within the next couple of days (where I'll also get the first bug fixed). If you're curious, you can try out the pre-release of 1.7.0 here: https://github.com/carstengehling/jirastopwatch/releases

    UPDATE 2016-07-22: The latest version 1.7.0 fixes both problems that you describe.

    by Brad kort on 2016-02-04
    For what it does, it works nicely. For our developers who like the timer approach, it works well. Most of us would like to also have a column for each task that would let us manually enter time. For example, 2.5H for task xxxxx-22. We'd be willing to kick in some money for development of that feature.
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    Carsten Gehling

    Thank you for your kind words. Actually the latest relase (v. 1.4.1) has a feature that might meet your needs. In the settings dialog, you have the option to make the timers editable. I made this feature, because I sometimes start working in the morning, and then 20 minutes later realise, that I forgot to start the timer. :-)

    Times can be entered both Jira style like 1h 15m and the "classic" way like 1.25h.

    The submit button will only be enabled after pressing the play button at least once though. A slight slip when implementing this feature. But I will be releasing a new version with a few new features and some bugfixes next week, where this will also be fixed.

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    Support

    JIRA StopWatch isn't formally supported.

    JIRA StopWatch isn't formally supported.

    Versions

    JIRA Cloud Released 2016-06-26

    Summary

    Important bugfixes and improvements

    Details

    Important feature change

    Edit timer is now always enabled. Instead of enabling/disabling this option, you now edit the timer by double-clicking the time field.

    Other new features/improvement

    • StopWatch now only runs single instance - it detects at startup if another instance is running, and brings it into focus.
    • New icon that is visible on dark Windows 10 taskbar theme.
    • Timers now also support days - eg. 2d 13h 34m

    In addition, a lot of bugs have been fixed. Please read version announchment for more details: https://github.com/carstengehling/jirastopwatch/releases/

    Versions

    Version 1.7.0 JIRA Server 6.4.12 - 7.0.11 Released 2016-06-26

    Summary

    Important bugfixes and improvements

    Details

    Important feature change

    Edit timer is now always enabled. Instead of enabling/disabling this option, you now edit the timer by double-clicking the time field.

    Other new features/improvement

    • StopWatch now only runs single instance - it detects at startup if another instance is running, and brings it into focus.
    • New icon that is visible on dark Windows 10 taskbar theme.
    • Timers now also support days - eg. 2d 13h 34m

    In addition, a lot of bugs have been fixed. Please read version announchment for more details: https://github.com/carstengehling/jirastopwatch/releases/

    Installation

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