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To view a timesheet go to Apps > Clockwork from the main Jira menu and click Timesheets in the left nav bar.

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Set up the Timesheet the way you want

The Timesheet in the My Work tab shows the timesheet of the currently logged user and the one in the Timesheet tab shows the timesheet of all users. You can define who should have access to the Timesheet tab in Permissions.

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The toolbar in the top left corner allows you to configure:

  • the date range,

  • projects,

  • time zone,

  • filters and breakdowns

The right-side toolbar offers additional functions:

Select a Date Range, Project and Timezone

Pick one of the predefined options or use the calendar to set up a custom time range.


Select which projects' time you want to review.


Choose from which Time Zone perspective you want to view the time.


Filter & Breakdown Options

Once you have configured the date range and projects for the timesheet, use the filter and breakdown options to further define which worklogs will be included and how the data will be organized on the Timesheet.

Filter Options

  • User

    • To filter for inactive (deactivated in Jira) users, select a timeframe in which the users logged work.

  • Outliers PRO VERSION ONLY (over/under time work compared to configured working hours)

  • Epics

  • Groups

  • Issue Types

  • Fix Versions

  • Issue Keys

  • Label

  • Custom Fields PRO VERSION ONLY

  • Clockwork Teams PRO VERSION ONLY (also allow to display users without any worklogs)

  • Worklog Attributes PRO VERSION ONLY

Breakdown Options

  • Users

  • Projects

  • Components

  • Affects Versions

  • Fix Versions

  • Issue Types

  • Epics

  • Parents

  • Issues

  • Current Status

  • Worklogs (descriptions)

  • Label


  • Custom Fields PRO VERSION ONLY

  • Clockwork Teams PRO VERSION ONLY

  • Worklog Attributes PRO VERSION ONLY

If you are filtering for issues, the issue summary may be truncated. You can drag the sidebar border to adjust the size of the issue summary, or hover over the summary to see the entire summary text.

If you are breaking timesheets down by multiple elements, use the arrows on the labels to put them in the intended order.

The example below shows a timesheet for a custom date range for 3 selected projects, filtered for a single team broken down by users, epics, and issues.

Preview the Worklogs details

To see what Worklogs contributed to a summed-up value on a single day or week just click on the entry. A pop-up will appear and you’ll be able to see all the worklog details that a user has added to every worklog, including the information on how the time was logged: manually, clocked, or automatically (Time tracking mode visibility is available only in Clockwork Pro).

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Actual Time Spent vs Estimate

This feature is only available in Clockwork Pro

Clicking on the Display Original Estimate and Remaining Estimate icon displays two additional columns on the left side of the timesheet, allowing you to see the Original Estimate and the current amount of Remaining Estimate of the issue, and the Total Time Spent within the selected time range.

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Epics and other parent issues will show the sum of Estimated, Remaining and currently logged time for all of their child issues. Drilling down on the epic will show the values of the individual child issues.

To use this feature, create an Original estimate for the issue. The Estimate will be used with time logged to calculate the Time remaining.

Clockwork will update the Time remaining automatically when you:

  • Move your task from an active status (if automatic time tracking is enabled)

  • Stop a timer

  • Log time manually

You can also change the Time Remaining when adding time manually or directly on the issue.

Custom Fields in Timesheets

This feature is only available in Clockwork Pro

Clockwork gives you multiple options for filtering and breaking down your timesheets, including custom fields. Those work a bit differently on filtering though. You need to first load them to be able to filter them.

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Currently, you can include the following custom field types in your timesheets:

  • Checkboxes

  • Labels

  • Number field

  • Radio buttons

  • Select list (cascading)

  • Select list (multiple)

  • Select list (single)

  • Short text (plain text only)

  • URL field

  • Jira Service Management – Organizations

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