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how do i measure/report if tasks are done within deadline?

I have a kanban board with tasks I assign to different members.  I'd like to be able to report if tasks were delivered within the deadline (aka 90% on-time) and preferable I would like to be able to mark cards that are "delayed".


Thank you! :)

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eazyBI app for Jira allows creating such reports. Please, check an example report available on the Demo account:


Janis, eazyBI support

same question: there must be a better way of reporting what has been delivered overdue and a report that shows how many days each item was late. Is this possible with Jira Cloud out of the box? 

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Jan 30, 2020

For the last part of your question you could use card colors to show issues that are past Due date. Use a JQL like - Resolution is empty and duedate <= startOfDay(). Note this assumes you are setting Resolution when issues are moved to Done.

The first part is a bit more tricky and you really cannot achieve OOTB. At least you can’t produce a report that shows the percent of issue resolved vs. not unresolved by due date. OOTB you cannot compare dates, e.g. resolutiondate <= duedate. You can consider using an addon like Scriptrunner that does provide such a comparison. There are a number of posts discussing the use of Scriptrunner that you could reference via Search bar.

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