This function returns the sum of all the time logged on issues in milliseconds.

Syntax
timeLogged(issueList) #Output : Number
Examples
Parser expressionDescription
timeLogged(subtasks())

This example returns the sum of time logged in the current issue's sub-tasks in milliseconds.

timeLogged(subtasks()) / {HOUR}

This example returns the sum of time logged in the current issue's sub-tasks in hours.

{HOUR} is a time macro used to convert the output to hours.

subtasks() is a function to return all subtasks.

round(timeLogged(subtasks()) / {HOUR})

This example returns the sum of time logged in the current issue's sub-tasks in full hours.

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Additional information

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueList

ISSUE LIST

A list of issue to be evaluated. Learn more about Lists.
Output

This function returns a NUMBER


Variant where you can additionally define the time interval when work was logged. 

If any of the fields defined for the interval returns null the parameter will be ignored.

Syntax
timeLogged(issueList, startDate, endDate) #Output: Number
Examples
Parser expressionDescription
timeLogged(subtasks(), 2020/01/01, 2020/01/10) / {HOUR}

This example returns the hours logged on all subtasks of the current issue between January 1st and January 7th of 2020.

{HOUR} is a time macro used to convert the output to hours.

subtasks() is a function to return all subtasks.

timeLogged(issuesUnderEpic(), datePart({system.currentDateTime}, LOCAL), addDays({system.currentDateTime}, LOCAL), 1, LOCAL))

This example returns the sum of time logged today in issues under the current issue's Epic.

The extract the date part of the current date (represented by its field code) the function datePart() is used.

Additional information

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueList

ISSUE LIST

A list of issues to be evaluated. Learn more about working with lists.
startDate

NUMBER

The parameter must be valid timestamp. Usually this value is retrieved from a field (e.g. due date, created date).
endDate

NUMBER

The parameter must be valid timestamp. Usually this value is retrieved from a field (e.g. due date, created date).
Output

This function returns a NUMBER


Variant where you can additionally limit the results to certain users.

Syntax
timeLogged(issueList, user) #Output: Number
Examples
Parser expressionDescription
timeLogged(linkedIssues(), %{issue.assignee}) / {HOUR}

This example returns the sum of time logged on all linked issues by the current assignee.

{HOUR} is a time macro used to convert the output to hours.

linkedIssues() is a function to return all linked issues.

timeLogged(subtasks(), %{issue.assignee}) / {HOUR}

This example returns the sum of time logged on all subtasks of the current issue by the current assignee.

{HOUR} is a time macro used to convert the output to hours.

subtasks() is a function to return all subtasks.

Additional information

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueList

ISSUE LIST

A list of issues to be evaluated. Learn more about working with lists.
user

TEXT

Limits the results to certain users. Users can also be retrieved by using field codes.

This parameter can contain a single user name (not to be confused with user's full name), or a comma separated list of usernames, group names or project role names.

Output
This function returns a NUMBER


Variant where you can additionally define the time interval when work was logged by certain users

If any of the fields defined for the interval returns null the parameter will be ignored.

Syntax
timeLogged(issueList, startDate, endDate, user) #Output: Number
Examples
Parser expressionDescription
timeLogged(subtasks(), 2019/01/01, 2020/01/01, %{issue.assignee}) / {HOUR}

This example returns the hours logged on all subtasks of the current issue during the year 2019 by the current assignee.

{HOUR} is a time macro used to convert the output to hours.

subtasks() is a function to return all subtasks.

Additional information

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueList

ISSUE LIST

A list of issues to be evaluated. Learn more about working with lists.
startDate

NUMBER

The parameter must be valid timestamp. Usually this value is retrieved from a field (e.g. due date, created date).
endDate

NUMBER

The parameter must be valid timestamp. Usually this value is retrieved from a field (e.g. due date, created date).
user

TEXT

Limits the results to certain users. Users can also be retrieved by using field codes.

This parameter can contain a single user name (not to be confused with user's full name), or a comma separated list of usernames, group names or project role names.

Output
This function returns a NUMBER