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This dashboard shows how much time open Jira issues have spent in their current statuses. It only analyzes issues that are either in “To do” or “In progress” status. This helps identify bottlenecks in your process and provides detailed information, such as issue type, assignee, and priority.
Note: This dashboard doesn’t show data on past statuses.
Time in current status is calculated in days, rounded up to the next nearest value. For example, if an issue was in “To do” status from May 8th, 2023 to May 12th, 2023, its time in status will be five days. Similarly, if an issue enters and exits the "To do" status on the same day, the “Time in current status” will count as one day. You can include or exclude weekends in the time calculations using the Weekends control on this dashboard.
You can filter the entire dashboard by Jira project, issue type, issue labels, issue priority, issue assignee, and exclude weekends from the calculations.
Overview of time in current status across all open issues
This section contains the following chart:
Average time in current status (days) for all open issues
Displays the average time, in days, that issues remain in their current status, along with the count of issues per open issue status.
Analysis of time in current status
In this section, you can analyze an issue status in detail by selecting a value for the Current status filter. Optionally, you can set values for the Minimum time-in-status and Maximum time-in-status filters to display data only for issues whose time in current statuses is within the specified range. To exclude a filter, set its value to zero.
This section contains the following charts:
Count of total issues
Average time in current status in days
Maximum time in current status in days
Count of issues by time in current status (days)
Count of issues displayed against time in current status in days
Average time in current status by issue type
Issue type displayed against time in current status in days. The bubble size represents the count of issues
Average time in current status by priority
Issue priority displayed against time in current status in days. The bubble size represents the count of issues
Average time in current status by assignee
Issue assignee displayed against time in current status in days. The bubble size denotes count of issues
Time in current status details
Table showing issue details with links to Jira issues (Issue key column)
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