tree view based on JIRA field

Is there a way to organize JIRA issue list in tree view based on JIRA fields. For example JIRA issues has fields like  Reported By, Reported version, Issue status. I need a way to group the issues by any of these fields and show them in a  tree like below, if I click on John I should see list of all issues in the same list view. At present I have to create two dimensional gadget on my dashboard for all such use cases and switch between dashboard and list view.

      John                              23

           Ver 1.2                             10

                New                                        7

                In Progress                             3

           Ver 1.5                             13

                New                                        6

                In Progress                             4

                Closed                                    3

      Mary                              5

      Mike                              6

 

 

 

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Short answer: not without coding a plugin.

I don't know of an existing plugin that makes multi-level reports with the info you need. Tempo Timesheets would let you see an expandable list of users with their planned and logged work, but you can't see the status of the issues. You could see all logged time in issues in a project by component or version, but not grouped by user. 

So you see, it offers little flexibility, since it's solely aimed at timesheet management. Maybe it's worth a 30-day trial nonetheless.

(shameless plug)
Check out the pivot table addon.  It allows to create these types of overview
https://wiki.idalko.com/display/PTGD/Example+with+issue+count+by+issue+type%2C+status+and+resolution

 

The pivot gadget can be installed from the marketplace
https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.idalko.pivotgadget 

 


 

Thanks I tried that but it is very slow compared to the list view. Structure plugin looks better except that it does not group the issues by JIRA fields.

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