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Raports/chart in Jira presents open, created and closed issues

Hi JIRA Team,

I want to prepare a monthly report on Jira tickets (Bugs, tasks etc.,). The report should reflect all the tickets handled by team, with ticket number, subject, hours spent etc.

I want to customize as per my requirement.  Please let me know how to do it the table and graphs.



Jagan K

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Max Foerster - K15t
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Mar 27, 2018

Hi Jagan,

so you already tried and got familiar with the issue navigator to create a JQL filter matching your requirements, configured the available columns for the filter and maybe made use of the filter on a dashboard (in gadgets) to present the data in a more appealing way? :)

Best, Max

I tried it but not giving 100% required data.

For example following is the formula displaying for the pulled data.

[project = NPOPS AND resolutiondate >= 2018-03-21 AND resolutiondate <= "2018-03-21 23:59")]

I can pull one particular project data and for one particular date.

I want to pull data for all the projects (to be selected) and for a particular date range (say 01st March to 31st March 2018)


Let me know the solution


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