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Is there a Gadget to show sprint story points by assignee?

I was wondering if there is a Gadget to show sprint story points by assignee? I can't seem to find a gadget for the dashboard that does this.

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This is my Jira Cloud experience in a nutshell:

"Is there a basic feature I'm looking for?"
"No but there's someone willing to charge you $200/month for it"

Repeat a dozen times.

Same. Terrible support.

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Sadly, this is my experience too. Jira becomes prohibitively expensive very very quickly.

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It is a shame that story points are not available in dashboard gadgets out-of-the-box.   This is fundamental data and shouldn't require add-ons.   We run several of our SCRUM ceremonies from dashboards, which in general allow us to run these meetings efficiently.  Makes no sense to have to jump elsewhere in Jira to find data about Story Points. 

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At the time of writing this, there is no built in way for such gadget. However, there is a custom add-on specifically for this -

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You can sum up story points per assignee with our Jira cloud app Quick Filters for Jira Dashboards. There might be also other apps in the Atlassian Marketplace that can do that.

With our app you can also aggregate any other Jira number field.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions or feedback.


It won't sum it up for you, but you can add a filter results gadget. Create a filter for all tickets in your sprint, and delete all fields except assignee and story points.

You can then sort by assignee and it will list all tickets w/story points

Same here. any way this can be accomplished on JIRA cloud.  Am trying to find Assignee vs SP in various status in the workflow.

Any news on that one, as I'm missing that one as well

Hi @neli_trosic,

maybe I can be of help here. I'm part of the team behind "sumUp for Jira" which is available for Jira Cloud. It adds a set of gadgets to Jira and one of them is the "Grouped Filter Results" gadget which should be a possible solution for the aforementioned use case. The configuration of the gadget will take like 3 steps:

  1. Select a saved filter or use a JQL query in the gadget.
  2. Select the field(s) to display (and sum up).
  3. Select the field to group the issues by.

Let me know if you have a different use case. Maybe we can help you with that as well in the community. :)

Best, Max

@Max Foerster - Decadis AG Where can I find this "sumUp for Jira" or "Grouped Filter Results" gadget?

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Hi @Mai Abu Kefoh

Welcome to the community 👋🏼 

You first need to add the app to your Jira site. This can be done from within Jira. Look at the top navigation bar and go to Apps -> "Find new apps" and search for it there. You can then start a free trial. Or do the same for your Jira site from the Atlassian Marketplace:

After adding it to Jira, you can access the gadgets from the list of all gadgets on any dashboard and add it from there. We also put together a little help in our documentation: Install sumUp for Jira Cloud  Let me know if you need further assistance. :) Best, Max

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There is no default gadget I think but you can find this info from the scrum board itself.

Click on the three dots near the sprint name in the backlog view and you can see the story points per assignee. Will that help?

This is one way but at the end assignee don't remain same. They change according to workflow. Like when development is done - assignee becomes QA/Testers. Then it might go to Product team for final review. So, can not track this way.

What I want a simple gadget which can take following parameters:

- Filter (JQL or Sprint value)

- Group by (Assignee or any filter like custom field Developer/Reporter etc)

It can show how many story points were taken and how many delivered by particular filtered user in given sprint. 


But it is not possible right now.

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