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Reports for all completed tasks

Hi guys,

I use Jira Core and I see how I can export a report on various things once I go into a particular project.

What I would like to be able to do, however, is get a report on ALL completed tasks over a period of time. In other words , I don't want a report just on a particular project but on all projects where work has been done. 

I hope this makes sense? 

Thank you in advance!

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Yogesh Mude
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Nov 27, 2018

HI @Emma Lecce

Welcome to the community!

You can run the below JQL like..

resolution in (Done)

You will get the result of all the projects and ticket is resolved/completed.

Thank you, Yogesh!

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Deleted user Nov 27, 2018

Hi @Emma Lecce,


Yes, you will be able to search for issues which are resolved based on all the projects from the Issue Navigator page.  Please see the page on how to do Advanced search in JIRA Cloud or this link if you are using the server version of JIRA. 


You can form a JQL without the project name/key for example

status in (Resolved, Closed) and createdDate >= startOfMonth() 


Vijay Ramamurthy 

Thank you, Vijay. 

where can I enter this JQL in Jira Service Desk Management?  I am also interested in creating a report list of tickets resolved tickets based on period: weekly, bi-weekly and monthly.

I appreciate your help.

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