I am looking for a way to run a report in JIRA that will allow me to see all the issues that have been created. I can only see the first 1000 issues and our company has created more than 3800 issues and sub tasks.
I have tried to export the list of all issues but it only exports the first 1000.
I need to see open and resolved issues.
I have admin permissions.
This begs the question "why"?
What use is a list of 3,800 issues in a set of lines on a bit of paper? It is far too many for a human to find useful individually.
I suspect you want summaries and consolidated reporting, not a list of issues, which Jira already does in a lot of ways.
Could you explain the actual reporting requirement, rather than a possible approach to doing it?
I would want the list of all issues in order to help track work done on various grants. Not all issues were created with a defined naming structure and thus it is not clear [to me] which issues are tied to which grants.
I do not want consolidated reporting or summaries.
If you know of a way for me to view all of the issues that would be great.
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