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Display simple percentage value on dashboard?

Hi all,

maybe I'm not seeing the wood for trees. 

In the dashboard, I'd like to show a simple percentage value. The number of issues for 100% comes from a saved filter. The number of issues for the percentage value to show (as a part of 100%) comes from another saved filter. 

I did not find a gadget which allows that simple evaluation. Do you know one?

Thanks!

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Jack Community Leader Dec 09, 2019

What about Issue Statistics gadget?

Correct me, if I'm wrong, but it seems I can only choose one filter there as the basis stock of issues. For the statistics themselves I have to choose the "Statistic Type", which does not allow choice of a Jira Workflow Toolbox's "Calculated Number field", which I would need to use here. Also, I'd need to run a short evaluation on the data in that field before displaying it as statistics, which is also not pssible here. 
The percentage value  need is the relation between:

- Number of issues returned by a specific (working) filter

- Number of issues returned by another specific (working) filter

Alternatively to the second filter, I could use the first one, but then in the gadget I'd need to check a condition oh the returned issues: Value of field XY is <= 0.

Jack Community Leader Dec 10, 2019

sorry i did not fully understand your requirement and not sure I do still. But yes you only choose a single filter as with all gadgets.

Maybe I'm thinking too complicated.
All I need is somewhere (not necessarily on the dashboard, But where else should Jira show such a value?) a percentage value calculated from 

- the amount of issue returned by filter #1:

project = XY AND duedate is not EMPTY AND (Forecast is not EMPTY OR resolutiondate is not EMPTY)

- the emounf of issues returned by filter #2: 

project = XY AND duedate is not EMPTY AND (Forecast is not EMPTY OR resolutiondate is not EMPTY) AND AnotherCustomField <= 0

(i.e. #2 returns a subset of the issues #1 returns)

For example: First filter returns 50 issues. Second filter returns 5 issues --> Percentage value should show "10%".

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