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Starter dashboards for Jira Software

There are five starter dashboards for Jira Software:

  • Jira Software - Issues overview

  • Jira Software - Organization overview

  • Jira Software - Overview

  • Jira Software - Project overview

  • Jira Software - Simple project overview

Jira Software - Issues overview

This dashboard shows overall project progress along with a project date of completion based on how many unresolved issues you have and progress made in the last year.

You can filter the entire dashboard by Jira project, issue priority, and issue type.

This dashboard contains the following charts:

Project progress

The number of issues by issue status

Predicted completion date

Estimates the completion date of the project based on the number of issues resolved in the last year and the current number of unresolved issues

Unresolved issues by priority

The number of unresolved issues grouped by priority

Unresolved issues by priority and age

The number of unresolved issues grouped by priority and the age bucket of open issues

For example, “51-100” refers to issues that have been open for 51 to 100 days.

Issue details

Shows the following details for each issue that matches the filter criteria:

  • Issue key

  • Project

  • Issue type

  • Priority

  • Status

  • Created date

  • Updated date

  • Due date

You can filter this list by project, priority, and issue type.


Jira Software - Organization overview

This dashboard provides many of the same agile metrics from the “Jira Software - Project Overview” dashboard, but it allows you to compare these metrics across other Jira projects in your instance. Additionally, the “Quick overview” section at the top provides organization-level metrics that can be beneficial for organization admins that are looking to find out more about their Jira instance.

This dashboard contains the following charts:

Sites

The number of sites that have data available in the Atlassian Data Lake connection

This chart is not connected to any variable controls on the dashboard.

Projects

The number of projects that have data available in the Atlassian Data Lake connection

This chart is not connected to any variable controls on the dashboard.

Team members who completed work

The number of team members (users) who have completed work within the selected date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval” and by project.

Team members with work in progress

The number of team members (users) who have issues in progress within the selected date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval” and by project.

Allocation per project

Compares how work was distributed across the selected projects in the selected date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Net flow of work per project

Measures the team’s focus on committed issues

Committed issues are issues that transitioned to an “In progress” status category.

For each project, this chart calculates the net flow of work, which is the difference between the committed issues completed and the new issues committed during the selected date interval.

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Throughput per project

Measures the team’s performance by calculating the number of issues completed each week for each project

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Responsiveness per project

Measures the amount of time it takes to complete any given issue

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Defect ratio per project

For each project, the defect ratio is the percentage of defects completed out of the total number of issues completed in the selected date interval. For this chart, a defect is an issue with a "Bug" issue type.

You can use this to measure the quality improvement of a project over time.

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, project type, and issue type.


Jira Software - Overview

This dashboard gives an overview of your entire Jira instance. You can filter the entire dashboard by Jira project name or project type.

This dashboard contains the following charts:

Issues created

The number of issues created in the selected date interval compared to the comparative date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” controls labeled “Current date interval” and “Comparative date interval”, project, and project type.

Issues resolved

The number of issues resolved in the selected date interval compared to the comparative date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” controls labeled “Current date interval” and “Comparative date interval”, project, and project type.

Issues unresolved

The number of unresolved issues created in the selected date interval compared to the comparative date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” controls labeled “Current date interval” and “Comparative date interval”, project, and project type.

Issues created vs issues resolved

The number of issues created and resolved by day

Total issues created and resolved are running totals.

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Time to resolution

The average number of days it takes for issues to be resolved, by resolution date

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Top 5 open issues by status

The top five issue status with the greatest number of open issues

This is a current view and is not connected to any “Calendar” controls on the dashboard.

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Top 5 open issues by assignee

The user IDs of the top five assignees with the greatest number of open issues

This is a current view and is not connected to any “Calendar” controls on the dashboard.

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Top 5 issues by project

The top five projects with the greatest number of issues created in the selected date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Top 5 issues by label

The top five labels with the greatest number of issues created in the selected date interval

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, and project type.

Issue details

Shows the following details for each issue that matches the filter criteria:

  • Issue key

  • Summary

  • Created at

  • Resolution at

  • Issue status

  • Project

  • Issue type

  • Issue priority

  • Assignee

  • Labels

You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project, project type, status, assignee account ID, and labels.


Jira Software - Project overview

This dashboard provides agile metrics that provide insight into productivity through the different stages of the software development lifecycle.

You can filter the entire dashboard by the “Calendar” control labeled “Current date interval”, project name, and project type.

This dashboard contains the following charts:

Net flow of work

Measures the team’s focus on already committed issues

Committed issues are issues that transitioned to an “In progress” status category. An issue is completed when its final transition is to a “Done” status category.

This chart calculates net flow of work for each week in the selected date interval. Net flow of work is the difference between the committed issues completed and the new issues committed during the same week.

Defect ratio

The defect ratio is the percentage of defects completed out of the total number of issues completed in the selected date interval for each project. A defect is an issue with a “Bug” issue type.

You can use this to measure the quality improvement of a project over time.

In addition to the other variable controls on this dashboard, you can also filter this chart by issue type.

Throughput

Measures the team’s performance by calculating the number of issues completed each week for each project

Responsiveness

Measures the amount of time it takes to complete any given issue

For each project, this chart calculates the average cycle time of the issues completed during that week. Cycle time is the total time in days that it took for an issue to get started then completed. More specifically, it’s the time elapsed from when the issue first transitioned to an “In progress” status category to when it last transitioned to a “Done” status category.


Jira Software - Simple project overview

This dashboard aims to provide further insight into productivity by focusing primarily on open versus closed issues rather than overall team productivity. This dashboard can be filtered by Jira project name and assignee, and it allows you to see insights such as the average age of issues and the risk that these issues are at.

You can filter the entire dashboard by the “Calendar” control, project, and assignee account ID.

This dashboard contains the following charts:

Issues created vs issues resolved

Shows the number of issues created and resolved by day in the selected date interval

Created vs resolved issues over time

Shows the number of issues created and resolved by month

Total issues created and resolved are running totals.

Days to resolution

Shows the data distribution of days to resolution for the following issues types: bug, story, and task

Project progress

Shows the number of issues by issue status

Average issue age

Shows the average issue age by issue type and then by priority

Risk by status and priority

Shows the number of issues by issue status and priority

Issue details

Shows the following details for each issue that matches the filter criteria:

  • Issue key

  • Summary

  • Project

  • Status

  • Issue type

  • Created date

  • Resolution date

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