Hello @Neeraj Kumar,
Welcome to Atlassian Community!
As per your screenshot, I believe you are using Jira Cloud for Excel, please, correct me if I'm wrong.
If that's the case, you can select the field you want to import directly on Excel.
On Excel, on the Home tab, click on "Get Jira Data", and on the "Fields" tab you can select the fields that you want and those that you don’t want to appear.
If that's not the case, please let us know the steps and the options you are selecting so we can try to replicate the same issue here.
Hi @Neeraj Kumar,
Testing on my local site, I exported to Google Sheets, Excel, HTML (current fields only) and it didn't show the issue id and user id.
Can you please share with us what option you are using?
Are you creating this filter on Filter > Advanced issue search?
If possible, share a screenshot with us.
Thank you for the details, @Neeraj Kumar.
I restored the defaults on my site and I was able to replicate the same behavior.
The columns Assignee Id and Reporter Id will show on the export by default because it's what identifies the users along with their full name.
The Issue Id will show when the Key field is visible. For this, there is a feature request suggesting the ability to hide the column:
Please, click on vote and watch to receive updates about the feature.
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