Starting the timer from Jira issue is even easier now with just one click on "Enter" key
You can now customize the time period you wish to synchronize by choosing dates from calendar
When synchronizing worklogs, a sum of worked hours is displayed based on selected issues
The issue with running timer is now displayed as a link in TogglSync - that means you can easily get to such an issue from any other Jira issue
Jira permissions are validated before the synchronization (if a user has a permission to log work on given issue)
New validations implemented for inserting API token process
Error messages Optimization
When hitting "Process Toggl entries" twice by accident, the synchronization is triggered once only
When the Synchronization window is open and you are logged out from Jira session, it will no longer create discrepancies
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Here are some examples of correct work entry formats:
You are now able to control Toggl time tracking directly from Jira issue simply either by using Start timer / Stop timer button
New function in this version allows you to start Toggl timer by hitting "Enter"
At the end of a day, of a week, whenever you feel like, you can synchronize your Toggl work entries into Jira. Our last step includes these easy actions:
Please note all the fields above are editible including the worklog name, Jira issue or the duration. You can use different names in Toggl and Jira according to your preferences.