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Jira Reports to be driven from the UI instead of the backend

My team is developing an interactive dashboard where in the end user can adjust the report base on using the controller. However, the controller is limited to using graph and charts that leverage the rich filters. Reports such as the version report, burndown charts and zephyr reports must be manually changed from the backend. Does anyone know whether Atlassian has plan to change this feature to allow the user to select values from the end? This is more efficient instead relying on a team member to consistently update the chart from the backend. 

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Nov 21, 2020

Hi starryeyes,

I'm not sure if I got the backend part correctly.

They are basically two options you are given.

You can create (even highly complex) dashboards with gadgets on it and display various data from several sources (filter results, a pie chart, graphs are just a brief example).

Second reporting option is available (most parts) for Agile:

Along with so many Apps that are also listed on that page you can access via REST API like also described on the page to do own reportings:

It is possible to request data from JIRA via its REST API. This will require either configuration of a third party tool or programming.

But apart from the REST API access the reporting is already a UI job so I am not absolutetely sure if it is what you meant.


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