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How do I display 'Time in Status' on a Kanban board?

I am trying to configure the data field 'Time in Status' to show on a Kanban board. I have the 'days in column' configured on my board settings on the 'card layout' tab. I also have [CHART] Time in Status configured as a field to add to the cards, as seen here: Screen Shot 2019-02-04 at 1.23.03 PM (2).png

The issue is, the data field DOES show up on the cards, but all are displayed as 'none', as seen here (circled in red):

Screen Shot 2019-02-04 at 1.25.41 PM (2).png

I guess my question is, how do I get that data field to display "xx amount of days" on the cards where none is shown, instead of the dots the 'days in column' option provides just below?

 

 

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So then why is this even an option in the field?  I really hate this about Atlassian.  You have all these fields to choose from but rarely any of them work or you have to buy a special add-on for them.  Such a rip off. 

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Hi Ian,

Check out this previous post on this:

Regards,
Earl

Hello @Ian Evans 


You can do it this with the add-on Time in status for Jira Cloud by SaaSJet. It's a good tool to make sure your projects are running on time.

This plugin automatically brings to users such information as:

- time spent on each status

- avarege time in status by each issue

- time that a particular assignee was assigned to each issue

- time when every issue entered to each of the statuses for the first time.

- how many times an issue has been in each status and went from status to status

- sums the time a task was in each status at a particular date

You can view the data from all reports as tables or as charts. Each of them is available for export.

Hello @Ian 

I suggest you take a look at the original Time in Status by OBSS. Our app does exactly what you need

  • Our app creates reports on how much time each issue spent on each status, assignee or user group.
  • Number of time each status or transition was used.
  • View durations in days, hours, minutes, etc.
  • Include issue fields in your report.
  • Export data as CSV, XLS or XLSX.
  • Calculate time averages, grouped by multi level issue fields that you select.
  • Define your own business calendars.

We now have Server, Data Center and Cloud options.

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