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we use JIRA for tracking IT Risk issues. One of the key issues that we track is known as "Exceptions". We would like to show the trend of these exceptions over the past 12 months (rolling) by "Created Date" data. Is there a Gadget in JIRA Dashboards that allows us to achieve this or can some other options be tried out ?

Please advise.


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You could try to use a number of different charts in JIRA to try to show this data.  I would recommend trying the "Created vs. Resolved Chart", since you are focused on the creation date of these issues, that should help to see how often they are happening.


You would need to create a JQL saved filter, such as

createdDate >=  -52w and issuetype = Exceptions

 That filter will then allow the data to roll through as time goes by without having to update the filter.


This is an example of what you might see if looking at these totals on a weekly basis over the course of an entire year.  In my instance I didn't create many new issues of that example type for several months.

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