Is it possible to extend the maximum of the number of days in the created vs resolved report

Currently the maximum is 300 of "days previously" for the Created vs. Resolved report. Is it possible to extend this?


Is it also possible to start with the actual number of created/resolved issues instead of always starting at 0



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If you switch the period to weekly, you can do more than 300. Otherwise, no. 

Not sure I fully understand what your second question is.

Thanks for the answer to select "weekly".


The second question is about the starting point of the graph. If a project is 600 days old and I set the range to 300 days the graph starts at 0 issue on day 0.


While the actual number of issue at that moment in time is actually different since at that time there are most like already created/resolved issues. So it would be "logical" to see that at day 0 there are already x number of issues created/closed



The only thing I know to do in that case is to do the 600 days first and get your total to-date. Then back it down to 300 and do the math to subtract the differences. This is very manual, though. The intent of the report is to show you how many you have had in the timeframe selected - IOW, always the last 30 days or last 300 days, etc. 

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