JIRA Filtering: Can I report zeroes or project members without assignments?

So I'm trying to create a query that will show me who doesn't have anything assigned to them but the JQL is eluding me. Another acceptable answer would be a filter that displays EVERYONE in the project and their number of assignments including zeroes?

Specifically, I'm trying to get this into a gadget.

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Well, a JQL query will always return you issues, not people.

That sounds like a job for Excel sad.


for a SQL query straight from the database. Which you would set in a datatable custom field, using the database custom field plugin

Not sure what gadget could display that on your dashboard though, but you'd be a good way along. Hope you're using Server and not Cloud!

Good luck!

Currently, I am handling this process through Excel: Column 1 = Roster, Column 2 = JQL query results of assignees within the project. Which is a process that needs to be maintained and creates room for error. Thanks for the link and the SQL suggestion!

Can you try the "workload pie chart"? It will kinda help you.

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