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Is currently in JIRA can do data export to XLS with filter Search for issues?
I remember that once was a possibility but now I do not see this option.
I only see the options:
Export XML
Export RSS
Export WORD
Export HTML
Export CSV

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Better Excel is the add-on that extends JIRA with this functionality by exporting native and customizable XLSX files.

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Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Nov 25, 2016

To do so:

  1. Export to HTML
  2. Open Excel
  3. from Excel, click on the Open file option and select that HTML file (data will be shown in spreadsheet)
  4. for convenience, click on Save As and choose XLS format

That broadly works with the CSV export as well - Atlassian have been asked for CSV for years, and are replacing the Excel exports with it, that's why it's gone from Cloud.

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Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Nov 25, 2016

Hi Nic. Good point. However, when I open such a csv file with Excel 2013, it doesn't separate columns properly. Not sure if I am doing something wrong.

I doubt it's your fault.  Excel is not great with non-excel formats itself, and the CSV that JIRA currently generates is not quite as "ready for production" as I'd have liked.

Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Nov 25, 2016

Oh, I see. Many thanks smile

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Hi @Nic Brough

 

I got 15k tickets in my JIRA on one project. I would like to download them all. But i know we can download only 1000 tickets per shot. 

I got tickets from 2017, so i am not sure  how to download the next set of jira tickets, after the first 1000 tickets.

 

Can you help me on it

If you're after JIRA Cloud solution, and don't mind importing CSV into Excel, you could try Advanced Export.

It has ability to customise separators, fields to export, as well as export data which standard JIRA CSV export cannot do.

Please let me know if there any functionalities you'd like to see in the plugin.

It's not free, but very modestly priced.

When I export data from Jira I can see in Excel only 1000 rows.
Please help to understand how to export more? Because I have big project.

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