Hello @Tuğba Ayvaz
Welcome to the community.
What is your definition of "work progressed"? Do you mean the issues that have been completed, or do you want to include issues where any work has been done?
For issues "completed" in the past month you can use a query like this:
project=<your project> and assignee=<the developer> and resolutondate>-30d
That will give you all the issues that have been set to a status that equates to "resolved" in the past 30 days.
If you want to know that list for issues resolved in a specific month, instead of using "-30d" you can use actual dates:
resolutiondate>"2021/10/01" and resolutiondate<"2021/11/01"
What is your definition of "bugs released"? Do you mean bugs that have been fixed, or are you talking about new bugs that have been introduced?
I used this query however data wouldn’t be accurate because the assignee of each story keep on changing from developer to tech lead to tester to UAT to BSA and so on. Is there a way set the assignee to default assignee that was assigned to initially? Or do u have any other suggestions on how to pull this report ->issues done by each developer per sprint
I really need help on this. Please!
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