Issue History for Jira is your retrospective journal for every past activity. As a result, you’ll get a report with all changes for the required list of issues.
Watch the video tutorial to get started or follow the steps bellow
Find the installed Issue History add-on below the Jira settings menu and click it to open.
1. Select issues
For generating the reports, you can filter the data by Assignee, Filter, Label, Project, Reporter,Sprint, etc.
Also, you can filter issues by a person, who has made updates.
2. Date Ranges
Use the functionality of Date ranges to customize report timeframes.
3. Column Manager
You can add custom and standard fields to the grid using the ‘Columns’ menu to play with output data.
Drag-n-drop any of the columns to change their order:
*Also, you can sort by any column by pushing on its header.
4. Transition filter
Press the status filter to select specific transitions you want to monitor changes about:
For instance, Backlog-To Do, To Do-In Progress, In Progress-Done
5. Issue Filter
Press the issue filter to select specific ones you want to monitor changes about:
Issue history report
After the previous settings, you will receive a report with the changes that have been made in the issues you need to see. The main report grid displays the data according to the default and custom columns you have selected before in the column manager.
6. Data Export
You can export the data from the grid as XLSX or CSV files which you can analyze using such tools as Excel or Google Spreadsheets.
7. Sorting by column’s header
Sorting of issues is proceeding by the actual issue field’s value only.
When you click on the column’s header, the sorting logic is the following: in the first raw you’ll get the actual value of the issue field you’re sorting by. For example, you’re sorting by status.So the first raw of every issue will show the current status, then all the following status changes.
8. Additional information
At the ‘Setting’ drop-down box (available on the top right corner as a black gear) user can select ‘Documentation’, ‘Our plugin’, ‘Request a Feature’, ‘Report a Bug’, and ‘Submit a support ticket’.
Haven't used this add-on yet, thenyou’re welcome to try It