Creating a jira report that shows past assignees

Hi - I have a JIRA reporting question. 

We follow a flow where developer works on a ticket and then assigns to QA for testing and eventual release. 

Now I want to find out workload report for developer post sprint completion, except that the assignees have changed (all QA now). 

So I wrote a report with "was" operator. My query is something like this: 

project = P and sprint = 1 and status was in (foo, bar) and assignee was in (a, b, c, d) 


Now I can get the list of all the issues except that their assignees are the latest assignees. Is there a way to group issues by the assignee at the time (and show the assignee in that state)? 


Is there a better way to solve the problem? 

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Nov 10, 2017

Hello Gaurav,

I had similar requirements and I use Arsenale Dataplane reporting plugin.

Tarun Sapra Community Champion Nov 10, 2017

See this chart , something you mighr find interesting-


The best add-on for that is AIO Reports. You can export all the history values for any field (even custom one's)

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