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I want to show how many new projects were created in a Jira Dashboard widget

I had two native Jira display widgets I was using to show the number of tickets created in the past 7 days. Separately the number of issues placed into complete status over the last 7 days. I don't want to use the graph to highlight the created/resolved graph.

If I use a filter, then create Issue statistics I know I can create one number, however it also shares the status and percentage. I only want to show the count.

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Hi @AJ Gilbert

You can create a filter and use it in the "Filter Count" gadget in the Jira dashboard to get the total number of issues only. The process is available here 


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This is exactly what I remember, thanks for sharing. My issue is "Issue Count" is no longer a dashboard gadget I can select. Could I have disabled that from use somehow? It does not appear in my list of 32 available gadgets to add.

Rik de Valk Community Leader Mar 18, 2023

Hi @AJ Gilbert the Gadget that @Najm Polaris mentions is the 'Filter Counts' gadget which is only available if you (also) have Jira Service Management. 

There is a feature suggestion that you can vote on:

There are Marketplace Apps that will extend Jira with extra gadgets, such as


Have a nice day! Rik 

@AJ Gilbert it doesn't even show up when you search in the gadgets? You then need to reach out to atlassian as these are always supposed to be available. There is no option to turn them off as far as I know. 

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