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When generating the reports, you can filter the data by:

  • Assignee

  • Filter

  • Label

  • Project

  • Reporter

  • Sprint

  • JQL

  • Epic

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3. Choose a Calendar

Select a Calendar to generate the data. There you can choose a custom calendar you've added previously or a default 24/7.  

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For more information, visit Chart Reports View

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Filtering issues

Use the Date rangesFilter issues functionality to customize report timeframes.

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From the Date rangesthe drop-down list, you can select three date ranges that allow to sort sorting issues depending on the dates of creating, updating, or finishing issues.

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Useful tips show the detailed meaning of what each of the Date ranges means.

  • In case, you have filtered by "Sprint", you'll get 4 types of Date ranges for filtering issues described.

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  • In case, you have filtered by " Project", you'll get 3 types of Date ranges described. 

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Then you can choose the time period, for which you want to get the report.

It can be Date ranges (yesterday, last week, this month, etc.) or you can select the custom time duration From date - To date.

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By clicking on Any dates, you’ll get 2 calendars displayed on a screen.

  1. Issues period – to select issues Created, Updated, or Resolved during the required period.

  2. Time reporting period – to get issues for a specific date or date range without taking into consideration creating, updating, or resolving.

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Read more in Issues and Time Reporting Periods section.       

                                                                   

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