Run a search for the issues in that status, save it as a filter and then use it in whatever reporting is most appropriate.
I'm afraid we can't tell you any more than that based on your question - finding issues is pretty much a core function in Jira and you need to get to grips with it (as with a lot of stuff in Jira, the interface looks a bit fussy, but it really is very easy to ask for "list of issues in status X")
I am doing Issue search. There I get filter like Project, Issue Type, Status and Assignee by default. I have selected "Development In Progress" status to filterout the results.
Now I want to know how much time has been spent on individual ticket/case till now under "Development In Progress" Status.
Please let me know if there is any way to filter out my search to get such report.
Ahh, I see, you've confused me by saying "time spent".
Time spent by a user is NOT the same as "time in status". If I get assigned 5 issues, and I work on them sequentially, and all of them take 3 hours to deal with, I will spend 15 hours on them. The "time in status" will show 3h, 3h, 16h, 3h, 3h.
Time in status is not natively displayable on the issue navigator, it's too complex a field to show in a small column.
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