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Exporting CSV of Issues with Development Panel information? Edited

Is it possible to export a list of Jira issues, with a column that includes the Development panel information that one would see on the issue's view screen (Number of commits, pull requests, branches, and statuses)?

We need a way to see these metrics on a report containing many issues, preferably without first having to navigate to the the view screen of every issue.

Thanks for any suggestions!



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Hello @Andrew Zimmerman

Thank you for reaching out.

You can export most of the development panel information by adding the column "Development" in your CSV export:

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Unfortunately, I'm afraid we don't have a functionality to export the repository name, so we created the following feature request to include this information:

Exporting Jira issues via CSV should also include linked development information such as repository name 

Feel free to vote and watch the suggestion to increase its priority and also receive notifications about any updates.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Hi, @Petter Gonçalves ,

I tried the CSV export with current fields but I'm getting a blank column. HTML export works, though.

However, is there a way to display the number of attributes rather than pull request status? For example, "1 branch, 2 commits, 1 pull request" rather than just "MERGED?"

If there is a PR status it looks like that's all I see. In contrast, my stakeholders are looking for the individual numbered counts of each attribute regardless of the development status.

Thanks for the help,


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