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Anton,

I assume you'd like to have icon tips like in the guide.
To reflect spent time/estimations enable Time trackingoption and chose 'Estimation' field under Agile settings> Estimation field area.
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Are you talking about circle-icon on the right-top position on issue card?
But this icon updating only at the moment when i bring issue to Fixed State.

Is it possible to update circle-icon status when issue still in progress state?
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Anton,

Yes, that's what I'm talking about; and actually about entire Swimlane diagrams of spent time/estimations when Estimation field is chosen, as I've described. You may watch the video.
Diagrams update when you log the time, and it doesn't matter which State the issue has. For example, you have an issue in In Progress column, with Estimations- 4d. You decided to log the time, 1h, in the issue- done. Both diagrams- for the swimlane and own issue diagram refreshes on-the-go.
If it's still not your case, then please provide me with screenshots and, probably, more detailed scenario.

Thank you.
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We are working with short sprints, and our issues need 1-2 days maximum for solving. And developers don't want manually track their time (you are suggesting that way). But we want to see remaining time for any issues, which are already in progress.
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Anton,

Thank you.
Some light shed after words you don't want to track time manually.
Still, it doesn't clear what would you expect to see as remainings, if time shouldn't be tracked? How it should be marked and what data it should show(given time won't be tracked) ?
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If youtrack contains:
— estimate field
— Timer time field (when task becomes state={in progress})

We can calculate remainings time for the issue.

It can be work similar to workTimer workflow:

execute next procedure one time per 5 minutes:
remove work item with description: The work item automatically added by the timer.
add work item with period = now-start_time

I understand that it is hack, but just my minds about that workflow
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