In our Sprint, the workflow scheme is as follows:
To Do --> In Progress --> Waiting for Code Review --> Code Review OK --> Done --> Product Review OK.
After the developer has written and verified the code and moved the problem to the status “Done”, the Product Manager checks it. If there are no comments, then the Product Manager moves the problem to the status of "Product Review OK". If it is necessary to make corrections in the task, then he returns it to the "To Do" status. In particular, I need to compile a report only on those tasks that were returned from the status “Done” to the status “To Do”.
How to do it?
If you on the cloud version of Jira and if you want to get data automatically, add-on Time in Status for Jira Cloud by SaaSJet can be helpful for you. This app can be useful to you precisely because of the reports it has:
- status count - let you monitor how many times an issue has been in each status
- transition count - will show you how many times an issue went from one status to other
Thank you, I managed to get a report which, in particular, shows all changes in the status of all tasks. The filter allows you to select tasks by the project / sprint / assignee/ label/reporter/... But, unfortunately, there is no way to select, for example, only those tasks from this project in which there was a change in the status of the task that interests me.
Or am I wrong?
No, you misunderstood me:
I made a selection of "transition count" and received a report on all tasks and on all changes in their statuses that occurred earlier. But out of more than 300 tasks, only 20 - 30 had 2 or more transitions from the status "Done" to the status "To Do", i.e. those tasks that were returned to the developer. But it is precisely these tasks that interest me.
In the report it is very inconvenient to search for 20-30 necessary lines (with value 2 or more in the column " Done > To Do ") among 300 other lines. But to make an additional filter that allows you to remove extra lines (where the value of column " Done > To Do " is less than 2), I did not find the possibility.
Please refer to the attached screenshots for such a report created using our app.
This is a very simple report and much more advanced features are available with the app.
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Hi @Vladimir_Matveev ,
depends on what you'd expect as a 'report'. However, you'll get to the tickets you're interested in by running a JQL search like
status changed FROM "Done" TO "To Do"
Obviously this search can be further extended by AND or OR clauses. A simple report could then be an export of the issue navigator or even adding a filter subscription in order to receive those tickets on a regular basis automatically via email.
Unfortunately, I have little experience working with Jira and your answer is not entirely clear to me:
- regarding the “report” - this may be a list of tasks that changed the status from “Done” to “To Do” in this sprint...
- What should I do in Jira to get such a report?
I did what you recommended to me:" project= AAA AND status changed FROM "Done" TO "To Do". But the result did get: "No issues were found to match your search", despite the fact that I have changed the status of several tasks before this from "Done" to "To Do".
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