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Dashboard gadget

Company need:
Dashboard gadget to see all issues on current user where he is assignee, reporter and custom field approver. As i see it it its a number of total issues For ex 23 issues and there we can see that there is 10 issue where he is assignee, 8 issues where he is reporter and 5 issue where he is approver. 
Is it possible to see such statistic and how because i run out of ideas 

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Hello @Stanislav 

How do you want to see the information presented? Do you want a list of the issues or just the counts of how many where the user is the Assignee, and how many where the user is the reporter, and how many where the user is the Approver?

The filter would be something like this:

project = ABC AND (assignee = currentuser() OR reporter = currentuser() or approver=currentuser()) ORDER BY created DESC

I'm not sure if there is a dashboard gadget natively that would let you display this info as a count of issues in each category. Most of the native gadgets that let you do that kind of display expect you to select a single field that has multiple possible values, like Status, and then does the counting based on the issues with each value for that field. For the above you would be trying to count the issues based on three different fields.

Noting your response to @Vero Rivas 

You might find an app in the Marketplace that supports creating the type of gadget you need, but there is not a native gadget that will give you what you want.

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I want to display this info as a count of issues in each category. like:

Assignee = 10
Reporter = 8
Approver = 5
Total = 23

Thx for query. But need to find a solution for my problem. Every gadget let me group by only by one value(assignee, status etc). And no gadget for multiple values. I am good if you know paid add-ons from marketplace< because i can't find even there

Vero Rivas Community Leader May 19, 2021

Hi @Stanislav 

    Well, take a look at this addon, see if it can help you


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Hi @Stanislav 

Morgan from Custom Charts here, @Trudy Claspill is right!

With Custom Charts, you could create this exact report - I put together the report below in just a few minutes with the JQL that Trudy provided. 


I've got a pie chart displayed, but it could also be viewed a bar chart or in a simple table. Each of the numbers will link you to the issues directly so you can drill into the information. 

If you want to try it out for yourself, you can check out our Jira reporting playground and the Custom JQL tab can get you started. 



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Vero Rivas Community Leader May 19, 2021

Hi @Stanislav 

   I advise you to make a filter with all the issues of that user that you are interested in reviewing and then add a two-dimensional filter gadget and you can use different combinations to see all the results you need


Nice way to deal with it, but not what i need because i can't show 3 categorise that i want. I for sure will accept your answer if nobody will find better way. As i need it or see it:

Assignee = 10
Reporter = 8
Approver = 5
Total = 23

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