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Dashboard overview of all planned hours for all users for all active projects

Dear Atlassian,

I'm new to Jira Core and I'd like to create a visual or tabular overview on the dashboard of all planned hours for all users for all active projects.

  • How would I go about to create this?
  • Is Jira Core sufficient or would you recommend a plug-in?
  • In addition to a dashboard widget, is there also a report that captures this sort of overview?

I already created several projects, added issues with estimated hours of work to them and assigned users to those issues.

Thanks for your time,

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Dec 24, 2020

@Rinke Beimin 

Jira Dashboard will be the best way to create a visual overview.

Definitely you will need a plugin as I don't think it can be done using Jira out of the box.

Please let me know if you need help finding a good plugin on the Marketplace.



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