Can I Generate report showing all issues in a sprint with assignee's and respective resolution %

I want a report to display all issues with a sprint label ( I am maintaing sprint with a label) with assignee's name and percentage of his resolved issues.

Also I would like to know a daily linear graph of issue assigned to an assignee in a chart.

This will help me know how many issues a developer is having and how many is he resolving by the sprint.

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Aug 08, 2017

This can be achieved by using JQL (replace X and Y with your values)

label = X and project = y

This will get you all the issues with the sprint label and then create a pie chart with the "statistic type" as resolution field and that will show you the exact percentage of unresolved issues. You can also save this chart on your dashboard

I want to get a chart which tells issues with every assignee and there respective resolved percentage.

What you suggested will tell me global unresolved/resolved percentage for a sprint.

Create a Dashboard and use two dimensional Filter Statistics. 

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