All Epic Progress Report

Hi, I'm looking to create a report of Epic Progress based upon the number of issues that have been completed within the Epic. 

E.g. I have 20 epics, each Epic is linked to (via the "Epic Link" field) various stories and bugs. 

I want a progress report (% Complete) based upon the number of issues complete. 

The solution has to be out of the box, so no Add-on's or Scripts. 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks in advance

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There is the Epic Report that's a default report, but it won't give you a % Complete based on the number of issues completed within that Epic. Even so, you could easily figure out % Complete using the information on this report.

EDIT: link to Epic Report docs

Other than that, you could export the Epic's issues to Excel/CSV from the Issue Navigator and use Excel or something similar to create a % Complete report.

I could try to add the % myself to the Epic Report, but I don't want to write the Report from scratch. Do you know by chance if the code is available? It would be much easier to take what is done right one and add some extras

Alex Christensen Community Champion Apr 09, 2018

@Nacho Martinez - you might have better luck answering your question in the Atlassian Developer community, which is separate from this site.

don't see the Epic Report option in my Jira Software Cloud instance:

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Hi @Dmitry Pashkevich, it looks like you're looking at a Kanban board and not a scrum board. Depending on the type of board you are looking at, it will show you different reports. 

That's what it was! It doesn't make any sense though. I should be able to report on epic progress regardless of the type of board I have set up for a project, because either way you put story point and/or hour estimates on stories so Jira should be able to generate a burndown chart for the epic.

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