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Chart of issues Done by Developer by month


How do I create a chart that shows a count of issues Done, by Developer by month?  Without exporting to Excel and doing it there.

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Hi @Jon Hopper

With the Jira native dashboards you can see the done issues by developer in the current month. For doing so, add the Two Dimensional Filter Statistic gadget, with a JQL filter that includes

resolved >= startOfMonth() and resolved <= endOfMonth()

to indicate the current month

Screenshot 2022-06-20 at 12.18.38.png

But if you want to go a bit further and see more month e.g., all the months in the last year, you have to resort to 3rd party apps like the ones already indicated by Bloompeak or Teodora. We also provide a commercial app called Dashboard Hub for Jira. This app provides +70 gadgets, custom charts, 10 product integrations, ability to share externally or to users in the JSM Customer Portal... For this specific use case, you could use the JQL Custom Charts gadget like this: 

Screenshot 2022-06-20 at 12.17.24.pngScreenshot 2022-06-20 at 12.17.41.png

But as I mentioned, the other two apps mentioned by Bloompeak or Teodora are equally valid in this specific use case. 

Hope this helps!

Hi @Jon Hopper 

For creating a more detailed breakdown of metrics, I may suggest looking for 3rd party app. There is a variety of tools in the Reporting category

My company is developing a tool called Custom Charts for Jira - Reports which allows you to quickly pull data from your Jira instance and present it in any form you like. There is a wide range of metrics and supported custom fields, both native Jira & 3rd parties.

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Hi @Jon Hopper

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

You can try Reports - Charts and Graphs for Jira app developed by our team to create various reports, charts and graphs for your Jira projects.

  • You can create custom, flexible and colorful bar charts and table views for any data you want/need. As data source, you can choose Projects or Saved Filters or Advanced (JQL).
  • You can set X axis to be any parameter like Created(month), Assignee, Sprint, Fix Versions etc.
  • You can set Y axis to be any parameter like number of issues, sum of remaining estimates, average of story points etc.
  • You can group your data on any field(Sprint, Status, Assignee, Component, Project etc.) you want.
  • You can choose various date ranges like All Time, Last Year, Last 3 Months, Last 6 Months etc.
  • You can modify existing Segments or add new segments.
  • You can order the results by drag and drop.

Here is a sample report that shows number of issues by assignee and resolved month.


Below you can see an article about creating custom reports, charts and graphs in Jira with our app.

How to Create Custom and Flexible Reports, Charts and Graphs in Jira

Here is our live demo dashboard where you can see and modify sample reports and play with them.

Hope it helps.

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John Funk Community Leader Jun 16, 2022

Hi Jon - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Would the Developer be the one who moves it to Done? In other words, are they the Assignee in the Done column? 

I'd really like to pick the Assignee who did the Pull Request status change, or the Ready for QA status change...

John Funk Community Leader Jun 27, 2022

You will probably need to create a custom user picker field then, and populate it with the value.

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