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In today’s fast paced environment, you need data to have more control on your project timelines, and for informed decision making. You will need reliable reports to strengthen your processes, to track your bottleneck issues. You need to see which issue has spent most time in which status or with which assignee, and take appropriate actions. To achieve all this, you will need comprehensive overview of the time spent in each project stage.
Time in Status Reports by RVS is one tool which can help you achieve this objective. And what’s more it is cost effective and value for money app, with more than 20+ reports. Some of the popular and much needed reports which the app provides are as below.
Time in Status report
This report shows how long each issue has spent in your workflow statuses. It helps to make urgent decisions regarding team workflow steps. You can filter data by Project, Fix Version, Sprint, Issue created date, Issue Types, Status, Assignee, Jira Filter, JQL. It will help to generate an accurate, detailed report based on the chosen criteria.
You can further filter your data for status within specific date ranges.
Status Count report
The Status Count report shows how often an issue has moved to each workflow status. So you can monitor how many times an issue moves to the "On Hold" or "Under Review" statuses and identify whether some delays occur.
Get a quick summary of your filtered issues. This feature also allows to slice and dice your data using JQL and get a bird’s eye view of the progress.
Clicking on the “Summary Criteria” drop down will open a popup as shown below.
In the example below I have set :
Based on above settings, the app will show summary bars as below.
You can also create your own issue chunks by specifying your custom JQL to further slice and dice your data.
In the example below, I have created 2 issues chunks for filtering by Projects in the JQL option.
Saving this configuration, will create 2 tabs.
Time with Assignee report
The Assignee time report shows the total time a particular assignee has been working on the issue. That’s why it’s especially useful for identifying who is responsible for the workflow delays. It shows which assignee has been solving the task longer than it might be necessary.
Status Transition Dates report
The Status Entrance Date report shows the date an issue has moved to a particular status.
Get dates when the issue has entered each of the statuses.
Data from the main grid can be exported to CSV files, which you can then examine with programs like Excel or Google Spreadsheets.
The above reports provided by App, Time in Status Reports by RVS, provides more details and can be more customized according to your needs. These reports generate a great amount of data and help teams deliver high-quality products quickly and efficiently, making them more competitive.
Get a 30 days free trial for Time in Status Reports by RVS now.
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