Easy time-tracking when using Jira

I’ve made a small Windows* tool to make time-tracking with Jira much easier IMHO.

Jira StopWatch

Read more and get it here: http://carstengehling.github.io/jirastopwatch

The use-case goes like this:

At work I’m usually working on up to 5 issues at a time – sometimes an issue is waiting for input from somebody temporarily away. Sometimes I need to prioritise a new issue above others. So I need to be able to quickly switch between issues – and still make sure to track how long I’ve totally worked on each issue.

So if you’re interested, take it for a spin, and let me know if you have any suggestions for improving it.

A short screencast to show the usage:

Jira StopWatch tutorial from Carsten Gehling on Vimeo.

* It’s OSS C# and also compiles with Mono on Linux – somebody with a Mac care to try?

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