A great way to categorize your time! Worklog attributes allow you to define what attributes are available in the Log Work dialog for your team. Those can be checkboxes, single selects, or labels that can be set up to be required (or not) when your team is logging their time. You can use worklog attributes for example for:
and many others. Use them in timesheet reports to filter and break down the data based on them.
Learn more about: Worklogs | Worklog-Attributes
Google Calendar Integration
View your scheduled events in your Clockwork Calendar and log your time directly from those. Just click on the meeting in your Calendar view and select the task you want to log this time to.
Et voilà!. This is this simple.
See how to connect your Clockwork Calendar view with Google: Creating Worklogs | Google-Calendar-Integration-[inlineExtension]
Compare Worklogs to Working Hours
Highlight and filter users that worked more or less than their Working Hours.
Read more about Compare Worklogs to Working Hours
Time Tracking for Selected Issue Types
You might want to track time on epics and bugs but not necessarily on sub-tasks. Now, you can select which issue types will have time tracking enabled.
More Filter and Breakdowns Options
Slice and dice your Timesheet report with additional filters and breakdowns!
filter by issue key
filter and breakdown by labels
breakdown by multi-selects
breakdown by numbers
Collapsable/Expandable Timesheet Rows
When timesheets are broken down by multiple fields, you can now collapse and expand certain levels by using the arrows on the left to see the summary or just the details of a certain breakdown.