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Is there a way to create sprint dashboard?

I want to create a Dashboard where I can see sprints only, see the below screenshot. I don't want task info in the dashboard, only sprint-related info i.e Sprint Name*, Sprint Start date*, Sprint end date*, Task count(optional).
Example: I have 5 active sprints and all the sprints are in-progress state, and there are five resources each individual is working on respective sprint.


Please suggest an alternate add-in option if it is unavailable in the JIRA.


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I had the same question a while back.  I ended up implementing a custom solution using a combination of Jira + WebHooks + Automation for Jira.  I described it here:

This mechanism tracks Sprints across 30+ Squads, operating in synchronized sprints.  I have Sprint metrics (future, open, completed) for the past 9 months now.  The mechanism also collects and displays (on Jira Dashboards) metrics (Throughput, Velocity, Cycle Time, etc.) for each of those Squads.  It was a bit "challenging" to figure out how to do this (it took probably 40 hours of work).  It's easily the most complete set of metrics I have captured in my past 18+ years of using jira.

Good Luck.

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Jack Brickey
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Jul 28, 2022

My first suggestion is to peruse the marketplace. I just came across this example you might start with it - sprint-summary-gadget . However if I were going to invest in an add-on to approve my sprint recording I would probably look for something that is more feature rich. In the end I would try several set alarm which one works best for me.

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