Issue Statistics graph provides stats of Issues over a period of time. This graph shows you the number of Issues created in the specified time period as per their current status. This can help you to understand:

  • Count of Issues reported in a specific time period
  • Pace of your team from reporting to resolving Issues
  • Track issue status of particular Sprint/Release

Pin it to Shared Dashboard, to track issues targeted for a specific Sprint or Release in Issue triage meeting.


Interpret this Graph

Follow the points below to understand the interpretation of this graph.

  • The color coded statuses are provided at the top right of the graph.
  • The counts of Items associated with a particular status are provided on the respective colored section of the graph.

Prerequisite for this Graph

  • Assign bugs to a Sprint or release to get them fixed in targeted timeframe. It can be done in Sprint Planning or Release Planning meeting.
  • Arrange an error triage meeting with stakeholders to make sure that right issues are going to get fixed first and if severity is correct.
  • Decide Your Query: To create a useful issue statistics graph, first define your needs. Graph fields help you create a more specific query. Selecting multiple criteria will be added as AND operator in the query.
An Example Query:

Issues created in a project “All team” in last 3 months
AND they are part of Sprint: “Up Coming Campaign”
AND they are part of a specified Release: “Train 6”
AND Issue Status is among(New, “In Progress”, Resolved, Closed, Reopened)
AND Start Date 01052017
AND End Date 31072017

Important points

  • All status are listed in the graph field “status”. Check your Project Status set scheme to make sure if you are tracking all correct status.
  • Consider following important points while creating the graph.
    • Only one project can be selected at a time.
    • You can select multiple Releases, Sprints and Issue Statuses for this graph while generating it.
    • Start/End Date – Recent issues, that are created within selected duration e.g., last 3 months, where
    • Start Date – Issue creation date
    • End Date – last date to collect data. e.g., Today