I’m trying to do some reporting on productivity measures for individuals in our team who use JIRA. The 2 measures I’ve been asked to look at are:
The idea is that the first measure gives an measure of speed and the second gives a measure of quality.
I can do these reports for the whole project no problem with the queries like the ones below:
The challenge is that I want to be able to do these reports at the individual level as well.
Again I can do this for any specific individual with queries like:
Both of these will give reports for the individual that Resolved the issue, i.e. the one who did the development work, but I have to do an explicit query for each individual which is a lot of work for 40+ people and also it doesn’t allow me to do combine the results of the individual queries for comparison / collation of many people.
What I would like to do is to be able to use a general query without specifying the individual but then be able to sort / analyse the filter results based on the individual that Resolved each issue. I know the information is in the system as I can see it in the transitions tab as the Last Executor of the transition to Resolved, but I can’t get at that field in the results of the filters above.
Can anyone help me with suggestions on who to achieve this kind of Resolution based reporting across a whole team please?
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