Total issue count


Is there a way to track the total issue count in a particular sprint?

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What does "track" mean in this context?  You can see the issues by looking at the board, but I suspect you want more than just that?

By "track" i mean the total "sum" of issues. For a particular sprint, is there a way i can get the total count of issues and the total coiunt of bugs rather than manually counting?

Run filters for the various "sprint = X and issuetype = Y" you need and the results will tell you those numbers.

I'd also save these filters and use them in dashboards.

Another option might be a filter for "all issues" (or variants that you're interested in) used in a "2 dimensional filter stats" gadget with sprint and issue type as axes.

You can write a script that uses JIRA's REST API to find a sprint's issues, and get stats from them. Here are some Ruby sample scripts.

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