Hi, I'm new on Jira.

How do I generate a report that shows the workload by user including all projects? Let say I have dev1, dev2 and dev3 and project1, project2 and project3.
- dev1 is working on project1 and project2
- dev2 is working on project3 only.
- dev3 is working on those 3 projects.

So, I need to be able to show a workload report for all those 3 uses and projects to analyse how busy they are in the next month or week for example.

Is that possible?

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How do you define "workload"? The total estimated time of the issues assigned to a specific user? Or how? 

Without knowing that, this is hard to answer.

Hi, sorry if I was not clear.

I would like to be able to know which developer is available next week/month, for instance, depending on how busy they are.

In a real case, let say if I get a new project today. How do I know which developer(s) is(are) able to handle that if I don't know their everyday workload?

Ohter usecase is, if we get a maintenance today, how do I know which developer is able to handle that let say by next week?

As I am new in Jira, I have been testing other systems such as Liquid Planner which does have that feature.

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