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How to find total count of Developers and Testers on an Epic?

How to find total count of Developers and Testers on an Epic?

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Sep 14, 2021

Hi @konica_garg

How are you planning to count testers and developers? based on the assignees from the stories and tasks assigned to the epic? Or do you have another method?

Thanks

On the epic level I want to calculate no of developers and testers mentioned in the role. Suppose an epic has 5 stories and on those 5 stories 3 developers and 2 testers have worked. The same data is shown on the epic level. From there I want to count total of dev + testers.

Thanks 

Fabian Lim Community Leader Sep 14, 2021

Define how you consider worked. People who logged hours or set as asignee or edited the issue?

Out of the box you will not he able to do this.  You will have to consider using a plugin.

People who have set as the assignee

As  @Fabian Lim told you, 3party software helps you to solve this request.

for example ScriptRunner.

Best regards.

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