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A gadget to count how many fields are empty versus non empty for all projects of a category

I would like to produce a table letting me know about how many fields for my Jira issues have a value versus how many are empty for all projects belonging to a given category and any issue type. Here is an example of the table that I would like to produce.

Is there any Jira gadget that I could use and that could give me this information easily? Otherwise, I could run JQL queries like this category = "Cloud Services" and issuetype = Action and summary is not empty but this will take so much time. Is there a Jira gadget or something else that could simplify my life and give me the result that I need such as the one shown in the table below? 

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Alex Koxaras Community Leader Aug 24, 2022

Hi @Mouna Hammoudi 

With out of the box functionalities, I think that it's not possible. You could create a dashboard with 2 different Count gadgets. But you would have to create all the JQL for empty/non empty variables you want. I wouldn't go that way though..

Yep, that's true, you have to plough through them one at a time.

I've asked for this report to be added to Adaptavist's "Microscope" admin reporting app, because it would be so useful for housekeeping, improving process, and migration planning.

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