Is there a report which tracks how long tickets are spending in each state? For example i'd like to see how long a ticket spends in dev and then how long it spends in QA during the sprint?
Unfortunately I have been unable to find a method that is free. Sorry about that.
I have found some apps that do this though they are paid;
Zoryana has covered SaaSJet's app as well.
Both are the same price and star rating though OBSS's app has more reviews.
There is a Jira Server app (if you have server rather than cloud), which is free known as Time in Status Field I assume though you are using Jira Cloud.
Apologies I could not be any further help in this matter.
Happy New Year,
@Danny I'm sorry, but there is no built-in solution in the Jira Cloud now.
Alternatively, you can try the free trial version of the other application Time in Status for Jira Cloud by SaaSJet. It calculates status duration in the numeric table form and a graph view.
You can also try the application Time Between Statuses and set the start/stop/pause timer preferences and highlight overdue issues by setting time limits.
Hope it helps,
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