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Statistic Display on Story in backlog, estimated, in Sprint - Filter and Dashboard - Help

Hi,

 

For every Sprint, my team uses the following statistics. I need a gadget or a dashboard with the following statistics. How can i do this with Jira 7.2 .

 

Number stories in Current Sprint:

project = "MYPROJECT"  AND  Sprint in (  openSprints() ) AND issuetype = story

 

Number stories in backlog (in Draft or Ready):

project = "MYPROJECT" and status in (Draft, Ready)   AND (Sprint = EMPTY OR Sprint not in (openSprints(), futureSprints()))

 

Number stories in backlog estimated (When the story point is 0, it is estimated):

project = "MYPROJECT" and status in (Draft, Ready)   AND (Sprint = EMPTY OR Sprint not in (openSprints(), futureSprints())) AND issuetype = story AND ( "Story Points" is not EMPTY)

 

Number stories in next sprint (prioritized thus estimated):

project = "MYPROJECT"  AND  Sprint in (  futureSprints() ) AND issuetype = story

 

  

I need something like this:

Number stories in Current Sprint         : 18

Number stories in next sprint               : 10

Number stories in backlog                    :  80

Number stories in backlog estimated   : 40

 

Is there a Jira plugin that can do this is a clean way and put it in a Dashboard ?

Is there some Jira Query to do this ?

Is there a Jira Gadget to do this ?

Most agile teams need this follow up.

 

NB: the following query has a good presentation, but I need a gadget in a dashboard.

project = "MYPROJECT" and issueFunction in

    aggregateExpression("Total Estimate for all Issues", "originalEstimate.sum()", "Remaining work", "remainingEstimate.sum() ")

 

Thank you for your help

If you have any suggestion, please tell me.

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Craig Nodwell Community Leader Aug 13, 2022

Have you looked at the two dimensional filter gadget

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