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Can we automate the total sum of story points delivered by each team member?

I want to automate the delivered story points by each team member in a sprint? Is it possible to autosum and use it in confluence? 

Please note I am not asking to sum up the story points of the subtasks.

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Hi @Sidra Amir - Auto sum is not possible using the Out of Box features in Jira. You will have to use an external plugin for the same. However there is a work around using Two Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget. You will be able to pull the assignee alongwith respective story points closed till date in a sprint. But it won't show the auto-sum. 

@abhishek.sharma03 thankyou for answering this. Can you recommend any external plugin compatible with JIRA to perform the task?

@Sidra Amir Scriptrunner can be used to achieve this.

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Thank you, will check this.

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Hi @Sidra Amir 

You seem to be indicating the team is using Scrum methods.  What problem are you trying to solve by measuring by person rather than by the team?  That practice would cause the unintended consequence of rewarding individual behavior over helping/supporting the team to achieve goals.

Kind regards,
Bill

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