In Jira, if we want to identify the unset or empty fields, we can create an unset filter with JQL query and all the issues for which there is an unset/empty field will be found in that filter.
In a similar way is there any browser extension or a tool which can read the Jira page and identify the empty/unset/missed fields?
That would be quite a complex tool to write, as the code would have to understand how to read all the configuration to work out what fields are valid before it could check if they were empty. And then running over every issue is going to thrash your system. I don't think anyone would bother to write anything like this - I can't think of a reason why you'd care that some fields might be empty. (Plenty of reason to see if a single field is low or zero use, but a set of fields for an issue)
For a far more useful view, pick a field, run a search for "field is empty" and then set the issue navigator to show all the fields you are interested in checking. You now have a grid of empty or filled fields by issue as a starting point.
Or, if it is important that a field is filled, make it mandatory in the field configurations!
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