Viewing Open/Resolved Bugs Linked to a New Feature in Dashboard/Gadget

I am trying to populate a dashboard which would give a Feature wise view of the bugs that are linked to each feature.

i.e For example, assume I have 3 set of Features named A, B and C. Each feature has 3 bugs linked to each feature. Some of these might have been resolved while others still open.

Can I have a dashboard, that gives me the view of bugs against each of these features and their current status(open or resolved)?

I tried using the 'Filter Results' gadget for this use case, where in I would create a filter of all my features and then I will configure the gadget to show the 'Linked Issues' field as one of the configurable gadget fields. The problem with this solution is, there would be other issues like dependent features, tasks etc. that are linked to these features apart from the bugs. But the gadget, would populate all these issues and its not possible to differentiate bugs from these issues.

Any other ideas or workarounds available? 


Thanks in advance

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