Pie Chart Report

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The Pie Chart visually represents the distribution of Jira issues across the "Achieved," "Warning," and "Failed" categories. Users can change the name of these categories and customize the categorization logic based on their desired completion time thresholds.

By using the Pie Chart report, you can easily identify the status distribution of Jira issues and take necessary actions based on the categorized results.

Use the Pie Chart report, if you…

  • Want to visualize the categorization of Jira issues based on their completion time.

  • Want to filter or sort the data based on specific criteria for a more focused analysis.

Anatomy of a Pie Chart Report

Let’s examine this type of report through an example.

  1. Pie Chart – Depending on your configuration, the pie chart will display the distribution of issues. You can modify the pie chart labels through the Layout Settings. Additionally, you can select the scope by defining the thresholds for the "Achieved until," "Warning from to until," and "Failed from" categories. Furthermore, you can customize the label names. The color scheme is as follows: green for successful issues, orange for issues with approaching deadlines, and red for failed issues.

  1. Report – When you click on a slice of the pie chart, detailed information about the selected category will be displayed below the chart. Here, you can view issues that align with the configuration you set (e.g., "WARNING, from 1d and until 2d") and access additional details such as reporter, assignee, priority, status, and total time spent on each issue. For further insights, you can expand the issue details by clicking the arrow next to it, which will lead you to a comprehensive pie chart illustrating the time spent in each status for that specific issue.

Creating a Pie Chart Report

  1. Go to Apps from the header menu, then click Enhancer Plugin for Jira.

  2. From the sidebar, click Time Tracking Report.

  3. Select the report type as Pie Chart.

  4. Pick the calendar you want to use in the report.

  5. Select Filter Type to limit the scope of your issues by utilizing either Project, Issue Filters, Sprint, or JQL.

  6. To choose which information will be displayed on the report, pick Columns (Main, Sub). The Main category you select will affect the categories that appear when you click on an issue. While selecting, you can also use the chevrons to switch the places of the categories.

To better understand the (Main, Sub) groups and how they affect the content and design of your report, check out the image below. The Main group (in this case, Status) is always shown at the top of the table, while the Sub group (in this case, Assignee) is listed below it.

Configuration: Assignee, Status

Configuration: Status, Assignee

  1. Click Generate to create your report.