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Any way to generate a report on total number of story points completed over a period of time?

Hi all, my team has been a little disorganized recently, and we're looking to figure out our trends in story points completed per week and month. This used to be pretty easy to do with sprints, but we've changed to a process where each project has it's own sprint, and they don't line up exactly right. Is there any way to create a graph or report in JIRA that can total the story points of every issue moved from one status to the other ("in progress" to "testing" in this case) over a certain period of time? I can find a graph showing the total issues moved from one status to another, but not one that adds up the story points. I could do this manually, but I would prefer not to if there's an option.

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I think you'd really need an add-on to achieve this.  The best in my opinion for this kind of reporting is the "EazyBI" addon:

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211051/eazybi-reports-and-charts-for-jira?hosting=server&tab=overview

Hi @Matt Wetzel ,

You can build custom analytics with eazyBI and analyze Story Points from Sprint, Time, Projector, or Epic perspective.

Check out the eazyBI Demo account with report templates to get a better understanding of tool capabilities and whether it might be the solution for you. Feel free to explore this account; there are several examples on Stroy Point analysis as well:

https://eazybi.com/accounts/1000/dashboards/5956-sprints-overview

If you have more specific questions, you may contact eazyBI Support.

Hello @Matt Wetzel

You can use Time in Status for Jira Cloud to generate reports on the number of times a story points have been completed over a certain period of time.

When using this add-on, just add a custom "story points" column to your report grid and later export the data to build charts.

To add a column, go to the column manager and click on the story points checkbox.

story_points.png

To export the data, click on the Export button in the top right corner and choose a file format.

Hope this will help

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