As for use cases, I'm still trying to find a way to easily fill worklog on jira. Yeah, I know jira "supports" CSV data import, and yes, I've tried to use timelime's timings export to CSV (this feature still misses some flexibility). So I spent some boring hours to reconvert TL's data to Jira's (using google sheets, apple numbers, etc), but hell no, I couldn't make it.
But if at least it was a possibility to copy time in a jira's format "0w 0d 0h 0m" etc, and copy starting datetime, back again in jira's format, it would save some time for the better use, family or TV =)))
Of course, I understand the jira isn't the sole target where someone wants to export data to, that is why I've suggested predefined templates for the time and date.
Niko on 23 Sep, 2018 05:32 PM
Thanks for the screenshot and the description!
I can add a copy action to the rows of the “Timings” view (using command-c). Maybe with a configurable format in the preferences panel.
At the moment (with the current design) I cannot add buttons to the “Timings” view, as this would make the UI somewhat cluttered.
But I think best for you would be a CSV export that fits Jira.
If you sent me an simple example CSV that works with Jira, I can probably modify the CSV export of Timelime.
Niko on 26 Feb, 2019 10:46 AM
In Timelime version 1.6.1 you can now select one (or multiple) timings and hit command+c to copy the timing's full task name, and date&time info to the clipboard for pasting outside of the app.
I hope this is helpful to you,