Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira

Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira are a tool for make time tracking with industry’s most powerful desktop software like General User Interface. User Interface of this solution based to long work-life experience of the i4ware Software in various software development companies as subcontractor.

Please, read our Software License Agreement.

How to get and buy this software:

  1. First you need a Virtual Private Server. Contact us if you would need one.
  2. Then you need to buy Atlassian Jira at: http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira
  3. Install Atlassian Jira to Virtual Private Server when you has paid
  4. Then you need to buy Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira at: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/com.i4ware.plugin.timesheet.timesheet
  5. Then you need to install Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira to Atlassian Jira via your web-browser


  • Your Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira license must match your Jira license (type and user limit)
  • All prices are in USD.
  • Paid licenses entitle you to perpetual use and include 12 months maintenance for updates and support. Renewing maintenance in subsequent years is 50% of the price shown and is mandatory.


  1. Generates the time reporting General User Interface with rich internet based look and feel from Jira issues
  2. Editable Grid of Issues
  3. Export Worklogs in PDF file format
  4. Export Worklogs in MS Office Excel file format
  5. Gantt Chart (To get Gantt Chart to work you need add a custom field named Issue Start Date on administration backend and confirgure it your projects on Jira and configure custom issue linking types)

26 Responses to Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira

  1. Version 11.2.1 of the Timesheet and Gantt Chart for Jira App includes a lot of Critical and Blocker type bug fixes.
    Also I am try to work hard I can with new documentation at:

  2. Version 11.2.1 of the this App includes a lot of Critical and Blocker type bug fixes.
    Also I am try to work hard I can with new documentation at:

  3. Torstein Kongshem says:

    Is there a possibility for the end user to update remaining work on a task when logging work ?

    • If you mean on Timesheet for JIRA then remaining work is automatically calculated when work log is added. And remaining work can be updated on Timesheet by douple clicking remaining work cell on the grid.

  4. Punit says:

    I don’t see the basic time sheet grid to be correct as it display’s the assignee field and not the work log author. You don’t have to be an assignee on issue to report work. Any user can log work even if the work is not assigned to that user. So the basic concept is incorrect.

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  6. Samit says:

    I just installed the trial version of “Timesheet for JIRA 4.4”. Is there any way to configure a) the fields of the report b) export the entire content to excel / pdf, i am able to export only for logged in user’s data.

  7. Full version is similar than trial version.
    I will make that individual report for next release.

  8. Ted says:

    Understood, Thanks.

    I am using the eval version right now.
    With the full version will I be able to get a timesheet report for an individual user?

  9. Ted says:

    I am new to JIRA and we are evaluating JIRA and Timesheet for use in our small company.

    How do I access TimeSheet from the Dashboard of JIRA.
    I seem to be only able to get there via an explicit link:

  10. Brice GESTAS says:

    Hello support i4ware Software team,

    First of all, thank you for developing such great products, we have a lot clients who uses your JIRA & Confluence plugins : good work!

    I wanted to warn you about a minor bug in JIRA concerning TimeSheet plugin (I did not find your Support JIRA project, maybe you don’t have any ?).

    TimeSheet plugin installation for JIRA causes a CSS problem apparently.

    When we uninstall the plugin, the problem doesn’t appear anymore. When we reinstall it, the problem comes again.

    Hope you could do something about it.



  11. I’m trying to trail this Timesheet for Jira plug-in but am struggling to get anywhere with it. I initially installed v2.5 and could see the ‘Timesheet’ project in the mennu but the screens were all blank. I tried in Chrome, IE8 & IE9 in case it was a browser issue but couldnt get it to work. I uninstalled it as I received an email about the 2.6 update so thought I would try this instead. I’ve installed the plug-in without any problem but now I cant even see ‘Timesheet’ as an option in the project menu. I’m using Jira v 4.3.3.
    Has anyone else had this issue or know how to proceed?

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