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JIRA reports

What are JIRA reports?

You can use the JIRA reports to analyze the status of a project, track issues, schedule tasks, and also predict the performance of your ongoing projects. JIRA reports provide important insights for Scrum, Kanban, and other agile methodologies in real-time for better decision making.

When you are managing a JIRA project, you will be working with JIRA reports almost every day. If you don’t have much idea about how to create JIRA reports, don’t worry this blog with guide you with that. 

So, without any further ado, let’s get started.

How to generate reports in JIRA?

Even though it may look and sound complicated to generate JIRA reports, it’s not. You can just need to follow the following steps to create your customized reports in JIRA. 

The first step is to select the project for which you want to generate the report. 

Now, at the sidebar, you will see the Reports option. Click on it. 

You need to select the report you want to generate – for instance, a burndown chart, a sprint report, a velocity chart, cumulative flow diagrams, and others. 

To see the different available formats of Reports, you can click on Switch Report. 

Simply scroll down to check out the various reporting options that you can use for your project. Let’s say you have chosen Pie chart to visualize the stuff. 

In the window that appears, you need to choose the Statistic Type and tap on Next. 

Once you hit the next button, your pie chart report will be created successfully on the Project Issue types statuses. 

Do you wish to configure the report with a new statistic type? Of course, you can also do that. Just click the Ellipsis button (three dots) and tap on configure option to update the Statistic type of your current pie chart report. 

PS: Do you know you can use reports for presenting in front of stakeholders about the project’s status and progress. 

Top features of JIRA tool

Wondering about the top reasons behind JIRA’s popularity? Let’s have a look at a few of them.

  • Roadmaps

You can monitor the status of projects across various teams with the help of roadmaps that is available through the Jira Software Premium. 

  • Real-time notifications

With the help of real-time notifications, you can easily track everything that is currently going on in the project and make amendments accordingly. 

  • Project duplication 

You can cut down the time you needed to spend recreating the team’s common workflows and configurations when a new project comes up. Isn’t that amazing?

  • Security

The JIRA security setting will help in restricting the access of certain bugs to only those people who are working on it or who are reviewing it. With the help of permission schemas, you can make a set of permissions that can be applied to any project.

JIRA is a powerful tool used by teams across the world to make their projects more efficient and smarter. JIRA reports have made it even more powerful when it comes to tracking the status.  0

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