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I'm using the Days in column of my cards. I have a few questions

I'm using the "Days in column" on my board. Where can I get at the data behind this? I want to know when a card went into a col and when it left. 

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Specifically, I would like to know when a particular issue (story) moved into In-Progress, and left In-Progress for another status. Ideally export to this information into Excel



Alex Waite Atlassian Team May 02, 2022

Hey @Neil Zaccari - can you answer my original question re: are you using a Power-Up?

I don't believe we'd have this kind of reporting natively. 

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Alex Waite Atlassian Team May 01, 2022

Hey @Neil Zaccari - not sure what you mean by 'Days in column' - is this a Power-Up? 

Not sure what Power Up is.

The root of it is that I am after capturing exactly how many days the individual story was in any given stage in the work flow

Example: Story X was moved into "In-Progress" on May 1st and then moved to Done on May 3rd. The duration (cycle time) is 2 days  

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