Add numeric field values to the Created vs. Resolved Chart gadget, and add support for the Work Ratio value in rich filter counters and statistics.
- Use numeric field values to compute results in the Created vs. Resolved Chart gadget
- Add support for the Work Ratio as value in rich filter counter and statistics gadgets
- Deprecation notice – Σ Time Series: we do not allow Σ-values for time series
- Other improvements and fixes
See below for more details.
Use numeric field values to compute results in the Created vs. Resolved Chart gadget
The Rich Filter Created vs. Resolved Chart gadget allows you to base the calculations on the Issue Count as before, but it is now also possible to use any numeric field value (e.g. Story Points).
Documentation: The Rich Filter Created vs. Resolved Chart Gadget
Add support for the Work Ratio as value in rich filter counters and statistics
The Work Ratio is a time tracking field provided natively by Jira and it is calculated as follows: (Time Spent / Original Estimate) x 100. You can now use this field as value in the rich filter counter and statistics gadgets.
Deprecation notice – Σ Time Series: we do not allow Σ-values for time series
We plan to remove support for time series based on Σ-values. We have taken this decision because we believe this feature is not used and we wish to provide support for cumulative time series in a future release. The Σ-values time series are incompatible with this development. Starting with this release, the Σ-values are disabled by default in the time series. You can temporarily re-enable the feature via the Deprecated Features section in the Rich Filters App Configuration page. The feature will be completely removed in a future release. If you use this feature, please contact us in order to discuss alternative approaches.
Documentation: Deprecated Features
Supported Jira Versions
Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards version 1.12 is supported on Jira versions 7.3.0 – 7.12.x.
Installation and Upgrade
The app may be installed from the Atlassian Marketplace or from the Find new add-ons page of your Jira instance.