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I have 20 users, and I want to find out the below
I want to see this in a confluence page. Is this possible?
Hi @J S S S Bharath ,
For the below use cases you can try the attached JQL:
In theory you can also use the "created in last 30 days" jql and pair it with the Pie chart dashboard to see how many creators are there in the one month:
Let me know if this helps.
Hi @J S S S Bharath ,
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The Mobility Team
It could certainly be solved by a custom-developed app or maybe one of the reporting apps that offer Confluence integration (EazyBI does).
This configuration shows you a per-project per-year-and-month breakdown of the data, but you could similarly add new fields to this:
(Disck. the Excel exporter is a paid app that is supported by our team. Free for 10 users.)
Using the default features of Jira, you can only address the first requirement. Utilizing the
reporter/creator fields in JQL searches allow you to find issues created within a specific timeframe by a particular user:
createdDate >= startOfMonth() AND createdDate <= endOfMonth() AND author = "username"
Similarly, the updated field can be used to filter issues that have been updated during a specified period, but unfortunately, you cannot filter by the users who performed the updates.
For the third requirement, you can create a custom field and update it during the "Close Issue" transition. However, this modification will only apply to issues closed after altering your workflow; already closed issues won't be affected.
If you have the flexibility to leverage apps from the Marketplace, I recommend considering the Enhancer Plugin for Jira. This plugin enables the creation of fields similar to those mentioned above using Enhancer's Date fields. After reindexing Jira, you can filter issues using these fields, impacting even already updated issues and including them in search results.
These fields can be seamlessly integrated into Confluence, behaving like any other custom fields. As one of the contributors to this app, I assure you that our team is ready to assist if you encounter any issues. Feel free to reach out for support.