I have a data set: Issue vs Label
1> IssueTitle1 | LabelA LabelB LabelC
2> IssueTitle3 | LabelA LabelX LabelY
3> IssueTitle7 | LabelX LabelB
4> IssueTitle5 | LabelA
Now I want to plot a pie chart for issues having LabelA and LabelX.
#The available pie chart returns me all the Labels.
Jira Query modifications using "Labels IN(LabelA, LabelX)" doesn't help.
Enhancement: Need extra parameterization for fields like Labels, Internal Labels, Components
Hi @Pratik Kumar Behera ,
As @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ has said, I don't think it is possible to do this directly with the built-in reports. However, this was one of the specific use cases we had when developing Custom Charts for Jira.
Using Custom Charts, you can simply hide the labels you don't want to see and merge multiple labels together directly in the chart editor.
You can try the app right now on our interactive app playground.
I hope that helps with your question.
Tom - Custom Charts Team
You will need to find or write an app that does this, one that can tell the people viewing it "there's a whole load of data missing from this chart because the author has set it up to ignore some of the data"
I am not aware of any app that can provide this directly, but some of the reporting apps may be able to help you.
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