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How to obtain a Released Releases Report from Jira Software Cloud?

We use Jira Software Cloud and several projects. For each we use the Releases tab as it is intended to, we enter version name, start date, release date, description. Then we track work against those product releases, all good.

Often times I need to look back at past/released releases and be able to provide information on those in a form of a report.
When it comes to data it is all good because I can query the data or go to the release report, all good.

But when it comes to as an example, providing a full list of released releases in Q1 across X multiple Jira Projects, I can't easily get those.

The information I would need to obtain is what was entered in each Releases tab itself, so a report would be a list of all releases with their version name, start date, release date, description.

Is there a way to obtain a report with this information from multiple projects?

Any ideas on how to get to this? 

Thanks a lot for any help on this!

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Vero Rivas Community Leader Apr 08, 2021

Hi @Aline Chapman 

   If I understood you correctly, you want to see everything that has been deployed in each release, as you can see in the image of the post, you can access the release option and in the link that says "Release notes", you will see a report that offers you JIRA with all the issues of the specific release that you are reviewing


Thank you for the quick answer Vero, but that is not it.

Here's a mock up of what I would like to see in a JQL result, as an example, I'm looking to get the releases information as we enter them in the releases tab.

Any ideas?


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