Possibly the easiest solution is to open the sprint report in Google Chrome (other browsers should have similar options), select the Print option for the page, and then select "Save as PDF." This produces a PDF with hyperlinks that, in my opinion, works well for reporting status, maintaining formatting, and allowing those with JIRA permissions to quickly access particular issues.
Is this at all possible? The reason we are looking for this is, we have just started on SCRUM and while all the users might not be inclined to login to the system to check the report, we wanted to share this in an email with everyone to give them a feel of the current state on the sprint.
Such a feature would be really handy since I can see almost all the information on the same page.
This would only give me the issues and that can be done directly by clicking on "View in Issue Navigator" link :)
I am looking for something which can give me the output in excel in the same format, the burndown, completed issues, imcomplete issues and issues removed. I can't find a way to do that.
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