Editing Your Time Records in My Work

Abstract

How to edit your time records in My Work

Important

Editing your own time records requires the Edit Own Worklogs permission for the project to which the time record belongs.

You can edit the date, time, description, and hours of time records in My Work. You can also copy and move time records between dates, and even change (move)the Jira issue to which a time record is logged.

To access the Calendar, select My Work My_Work.png in the sidebar.

To edit a time record:

  1. Click the time record you want to edit or its edit_icon.jpg icon.

  2. Make the changes in the Edit Time form, which is similar to The Log Time Form.

  3. When you are finished, click Update.

To delete a time record:
  • Click the delete icon Blue-delete-icon.jpg of the time record you want to delete. A notification gives you the option to undo the delete action.

    If the time record originated from a plan or an activity card, it is deleted and then reappears as its original plan or activity card. If you manually created and logged time, then the time record doesn't reappear as an activity after you delete it.

To move a time record to a different date:

  • Click and drag a time record to another day of the current week.

To move (change) a time record to a different Jira issue:

  1. Click the time record you want to edit or its edit_icon.jpg icon.

  2. In the Edit Time form, select a new Jira issue in the Issue field at the top of the form.

  3. Click Update, and the time record is now logged to the new Jira issue.

To copy (duplicate) a time record:

You can copy (duplicate) a time record using either of these two methods:

  1. Hold down the Alt key (for Windows) or the Option key (for Mac).

  2. Drag a time record to another day of the current week. A copy is created there.

OR

  1. Click the duplicate_icon.jpg icon on the time record you want to copy.

    The duplicate time record is added to the same day as the original.

  2. Drag the duplicate time record to another day of the current week.