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Using JQL Filters



 I need to create a dashboard for knowing the percentage of automation completion

1. List of All Automable Test cases

2. List of already automated testcases marked as Yes

3. List of already automated testcases marked as No


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srikanth u
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Apr 26, 2020 • edited

Hi Pooja,

Welcome to Atlassian Community.

Well, this can easily done by following the below steps.

1). Create a filter as per your criteria i.e resolved in last month, quarter, YTD.

2). Go to Dashboard -> Add Dashboard.

3). Select "Add Gadget" and select Pie chart (or any other chart)

4). Now select the filter you have saved and select the "static type" as your Automation field and then click ok.

5). That's it, you can view all the issue count, Automated to Yes, No..

More information can be found here.


I hope i answered your question, if so pls accept.


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