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How can I show the status of Backlog issues on a monthly basis?

Without reference to the creation date of the "Issue". I want to see how many issues there were in that month.

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Hello @Sema YILDIRIM 

Can you provide more information about what you are trying to achieve?

Do you want to know how many issues were created each month?

Do you want to know how many issues existed that month, regardless of the issue status?

Do you want to know how many issues were in a particular status at some point during the month?

I want to know how many issues were in a particular status at some point during the month. But "Issues" should not take into account the date of creation. The sample may have been created on issue 2019. But it's still open in February 2021



Merhaba @Sema YILDIRIM ,

It is not possible to display the info you need out of the box in Jira. You either need to develop your own code and try marketplace apps. One of the apps you can try is Status Time app developed by our team. Main functionality is to provide status duration of issues. However, there is the history narrowing functionality which will be useful for your case. You can narrow down the history to the start and end date of the month and report will provide the time spent on Backlog status for that specific time range only. You can export the report and in excel you can filter Backlog durations with positive values.

Here is the demo link you can try.

Umarım faydalı olur.

Hello @Sema YILDIRIM 

As an alternative, you can try a third-party add-on - Time in Status for Jira Cloud. It generates 7 types of status reports (including the time in status report). 


You can choose the date ranges you need and get the necessary data based on this period. Generate a report and export it as XLSX or CSV files which you can analyze using tools like Excel or Google Spreadsheets.

I hope, you find it helpful.

Best regards, Mariana.

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