I am new to Jira and am trying to figure out how my predecessor created this query report. He died in a car accident and no one can tell me in my dept Accounting how he created this report. The columns are as follows:
4. Employee name
5. Resolved date
6. Log work (time)
I'm a novice at Jira and am not versed in writing queries. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Welcome to Atlassian Community.
First of all, sorry to hear your colleague has passed away in a car accident. I hope his family and friends are doing ok, as far as possible. :(
About the report you trying to achieve, I think I could better understand what exactly he has configured if you could provide us with a screenshot of the report. Can you please provide us the screenshot of the report but hiding your sensitive data?
Based on the fields you want, I believe you can use a JQL query to display it, or the filter result gadget. These would be the steps to configure it:
1 - Go to your issue navigator page > Create a filter returning all the issues you want to display in your report > Click to show it in List view and select all the columns you want it to display:
2 - Type GG > search for System dashboard and click to enter
3 - Click to create a new gadget > Select Filter Results gadget > Select the filter you created for the gadget, choosing the fields/columns you want it to display:
Let me know if you have any questions.
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