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Is there a gadget to display resolved issues only? Or alternatively to reconfigure the created vs. resolved charts to display resolved issues only?
Trust you are well.
If you want to show it in scope of version/release you might want to look into our Release Trend Gadget. This will show created vs resolved over time for couple of releases as aggregate as well as individual releases. You can configure it to show only created or resolved or both.
Here's a link to detailed documentation:
Hope this helps.
Hi @Rachel Landau,
If you want to display charts for resolved issues only, you can create and save a filter in Jira that returns only the resolved issues and then to configure the gadget to use that filter.
If Jira gadgets are not enough, please note that our Great Gadgets app offers many gadgets that work based on filters.
For example, by using the Release Burndown Burnup chart, you can display a Created vs Resolved Chart like this.
But this gadget is configurable and you can choose to display only the Resolved issues.
See this article on our blog to see how to configure this gadget: A powerful Reported vs Done chart for Jira dashboards
I hope this helps. If you have any question, please contact us at email@example.com
@Rachel Landau Typically you would define what type of issues you want to display in a dashboard gadget within the filter you select. If you only want to display issues with a Status = Resolve, build a filter with the requirement as part of the query and use that filter for your dashboard.
To my knowledge you can't modify the aspects of a filter from within the dashboard widget.