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Produce a Weekly report to show all changes to Agile items

Can anyone help me? I'm trying to produce a weekly report to show issues where feature changes have been made in Agile Jira by my team for our project. The report should be sent to me as an email attachment. Has anyone does this before? I've tried dashboard gadgets, but this does not give me what I want.

In the report I would like to see the below columns and only for issues where the feature has been changed.

ISSUE KEY

FROM FEATURE

TO FEATURE

CHANGED BY

DATE/TIME

 Thanks in advance.

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Michael Yaroshefsky - Visor for Jira
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Oct 04, 2023

Hi Anita,

I think Jira has a multi-step process where you can create a filter to see your issues where feature changes have been made. Otherwise, you can try using Visor.us. You can export your weekly report as a CSV and email it yourself. 

Thanks Michael. I don't know Visor.us. But I will give creating the filter a shot.

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