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Create graph from Jira Filter

Is it possible to automate the information in a bar graph using a Jira Filter? I'm trying to automate as much of my reporting as possible and I'm struggling to do this. Any help would be greatly a[appreciated. 

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Tarun Sapra
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Dec 20, 2018

Hello @anthony_butler

You can have Jira gadgets(based on JQL filters) added on Jira dashbaords which refresh automatically thus always showing the real-time information.

Thanks. I'm looking for a line graph to be updated manually, I should have been more specific in my question. I've got one already but I have to manually update it with data to move it on week on week. Is their something out there that can do this for me?

Gadget Created vs resolved can help you to some extent

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