Hi @nielr ,
This problem was bothering me as well, so I've built an app with my team to help create charts with labels more easily called Custom Charts for Jira.
You're able to chart by labels, hide any you don't want to see, and usefully for your example, you can group multiple labels together.
You can check out the app right now on our interactive app playground and see for yourself how it works: https://www.oldstreetsolutions.com/custom-charts-for-jira
There's also a Confluence version of Custom Charts if you want better-looking charting in Confluence :)
We're adding new chart types and features all the time, so let me know if there's anything missing that you're looking for.
Custom Charts Product Manager
This is the exact problem we have because Jira thinks each combo of label is a unique label attribute (e.g. a ticket with "dog" "cat" "farm" labels has a unique "dog cat farm" label when reporting). Seems like a really basic thing you'd want to do with tickets. Are their other reporting solutions that solve this problem or give good basic reporting insights?
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