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JQL to find all issues and overdue issues per user per project

Is there a way to display all overdue issues versus total issues per user per project?

I can get the number of overdue issues per user per project but it doesn't give me the picture of what is the percentage of overdue issues out of the total.

Also, is there a possibility to display percentage of overdue issues versus total per user per project?

1. Number of issues per user per project which are overdue against total?

2. Same data but in percentage?

JQL is very much appreciated.

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I can't think of a report that would give you all the numbers in one place, let alone one that would do it in percentages.

Closest I can get is:

>Number of issues per user per project which are overdue

This is possible in one place - you already have a filter for "issues overdue", so you can use the returned list in a dashboard gadget.  I would add a two-dimensional statistics gadget to a dashboard, with parameters:

  • Filter: your saved filter (I'm guessing it's something like "resolution is empty and due-date < now")
  • x axis: project
  • y axis: assignee

>against total

The gadget above won't show you your total (which I'm not sure is clear - is it total of all issues in each project, or just the open ones?), but you can put a second gadget on the same page, with a more simple search (same as the original, but without the "due date" clause - that should give you a "total" list).  Running that through a filter statistics gadget with "project" as the reporting statistic will give you the total numbers.

Thanks, this helped a lot even though it isn't the solution I was expecting I understand the limited functionality of the platform and appreciate your input and help @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ 

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