I'm using the Issue Statistics gadget in some team dashboards. It seems to be inaccurate, though. I could be missing something in the administration of Jira or set-up of the search that powers it or in the gadget itself. Looking for a little help here. Thanks!
My goal is to highlight bottlenecks in the flow of issue during a sprint. So, I'm showing how many issues are in each status (Development, QA, PM Approval, etc) at any given time.
The trouble is I have issues returned in the search results that are not showing in the gadget - at least not with the expected status.
I've attached 3 screenshots to help explain.
Any ideas on how to resolve this?
Thanks in advance.
As I understand you want to see all the statuses except "Done Status"
For "My goal is to highlight bottlenecks in the flow of issue during a sprint"
The JQL should be [ project = " " AND Sprint = " " AND status != Done]
For "how many issues are in each status (Development, QA, PM Approval, etc) at any given time"
The JQL should be [ project = " " AND status != Done ]
Check whether the JQL you are using in the issue statistics gadget is correct.
As of now you are using "Current Spint Issue Not Done" JQL Filter, can you share it.
Try to play around with JQL for same results,
Try the JQL as shown in previous comment.
There's nothing more to it here,
Here's the Knowledge Base article for more information,
Also, to find bottlenecks in the flow of issues during a sprint you can try the gadget from Time in Status for Jira Cloud. It let you view data about time in each status at your Jira Dashboard. Optionally you can monitor status duration reports in a chart or issue list view. So with graphs, you can easily find the problem places in workflow witch needs your attention.
I hope it helps with your request.
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