For a single issue, look at the history.
For many issues, you'll need to write code that can pull the data out of an issue history. I suggested fields initially because they would come out on the issue navigator and hence be exposed to excel downloads, and you'd be able to search/sort on them. If you're now wanting to write a report, that's different, you have the option of reading the history for each issue in your report, so you wouldn't need fields.
The fields I suggested are fields you would have to write - there are no real "fields" in the history - it's a long list of changes that have been made, not a list of fields.
That's what I'd use, but you can do it with your own add-ons too (before Script Runner, I wrote a couple of fields that extracted the history and put them into the navigator, and I had a timeline of changes report for issues as well),
There could be other add-ons out there that might help too, but I'm rusty on them because I use SR so much now.
Hi @Viktar Bachkouski
Please see the below link where I have written a complete solution to View and Download Status History.
I have submitted it to Atlassian , if approved you can download the source code for free.
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