Timeneye’s goal is to help you manage your time effortlessly. Today, we take an extra step: you can now track time directly in Jira.
The time tracking integration for Jira – powered by the Timeneye Browser Widget, and by our native connection– will allow teams to be more productive and effective with their time – without losing focus on real work in Jira!
This integration is the first step to connecting seamlessly Timeneye and Jira. In the future, we intend to expand the integration in the future to allow an even better synchronization with Jira’s tasks.
The Timeneye Browser Widget is a useful little addition to your stack of productivity tools. It allows you to track time wherever you are on the web.
The Timeneye Widget also integrates with a variety of software – now, it integrates with Jira as well.
Use your Timeneye credentials to log in to the Widget. All you need are your Timeneye username and password.
Leave the Timeneye widget on the side for a moment to go in the Integrations section of your Timeneye workspace.
Look for the Jira icon in the integrations list.
Here you can sync your Jira to Timeneye, for a seamless integration.
Click the button to connect Jira and Timeneye. You’ll be asked to grant permission for our integration to sync.
After you’ve done that, you’ll be able to
The sync can be 100% automatic thanks to the Synchronization settings:
However, if you want more control over what you import from Jira, you can use the manual mode in the Manage section. This will allow you to handpick the project you want to import.
A similar process can be done for users. Only one thing though: unlike other of our native integrations, the synchronization only links users, not imports them: that’s because Jira can allow users to not have an email address. This unfortunately is not compatible with how user invitation works in Timeneye.
Now, back to your Jira account. The Timeneye Browser Widget will add a small clock icon in your Jira issues:
Just click on the clock to track time. Yes, it’s that easy!
When you click on the Timeneye button, you’ll see the Register time dialog appear, where you can select the Project and Phase.
Clicking on the Jira issue to expand will also show a second Timeneye panel. You can use this little panel to track time, and also to see how many timers/entries you have tracked for that issue as a whole.
Thanks to the Timeneye integration, you’ll be able to:
When you track time with the browser widget in Jira, you’ll be able to see what entries you create on your dashboard: the time card will have the Jira logo and the issue name under the notes field.
In the Entries section, you can even perform a search by Jira issue of your entries and export them.
What are you waiting for? Try the Timeneye + Jira integration today!