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Count Assignees

Is there a way to count the number of selected assignees that are being used as a dimension in pages for a calculated measure?


for example

DateParse('Aug 1 2015'))) * ((count(# of assignees) * 4)


What I am trying to accomplish is days * (a count of number of selected assignees * 4 )

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Hi Alexis,

Yes, this would be possible

  • ChildrenSet function returns the children of aggregated Page member
  • Count function counts how many members are in a set

Note that in case All Assignees are selected, this would return total number of members in Assignee dimension.

So your formula would be as follows 

  DateParse('Aug 1 2015')
) *
)) * 4

Kind regards, 
Lauma / 

Hello Lauma

Is it possible to calculate how many unique assignees (or reporters) have been assigned to issues on for eg. monthly chart? On a chart with time dimmension in rows and issues created/issues resolved/open issues in columns i'd like to add a number of assignees related to each column.

Edit: to monitor dependence between growth of open issues and number of people involved in resolving them. So it should be a number of resolved issues assignees. But number related to created and open won't hurt:)


thansk in advance!


Thank you again Lauma, this is exactly what I needed!

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