This page relates to the Cloud version of Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards. Please see the documentation index for Server & Data Center versions.
In this section:
- About Custom Values
- Custom Values' Key Attributes
- Adding & Editing Custom Values
- Using Custom Values in Rich Filter Gadgets
1. About Custom Values
Custom values are user-defined outputs that can be used in rich filter gadgets. They are available as columns in views and as values in gadgets, alongside the Jira fields, providing support for custom aggregation formulas (sum, average, minimum and maximum, with optional JQL filtering of contributing issues) and custom results display (label, color and format). Custom values can be based on Issue Count or numeric and time-tracking fields.
Below is an example of a Rich Filter Statistics gadget that displays, by assignee, the following custom values: the sum of the story points of the resolved issues, the sum of the time spent for support issues, the average time spent (displayed in hours) and the maximum remaining estimate for the unresolved issues.
2. Custom Values' Key Attributes
You can add new and see existing custom values and their configuration in the Custom Values section of your rich filter.
The key attributes of a custom value are:
|Name||Each custom value has a name which is used to identify and display it. The name is mandatory and must be unique among the custom values within the rich filter.|
|Color||The selected color will be used to display the value in some of the rich filter gadgets.|
The value on which your custom value is based, selected among Issue Count or numeric and time-tracking fields.
The formula used for aggregation. The possible options are sum, average, minimum and maximum.
The display format of the custom value. The available options are
What's the difference between maximum 2 and exactly 2 decimals?
If you select the exactly 2 option the value will always be displayed with 2 decimals. This is achieved by rounding to 2 decimals if more than 2 are available (e.g. 23.4567 → 23.46) or padding with zeros up to a total of 2 decimals if fewer than 2 are available (e.g. 23.4 → 23.40).
If you select the maximum 2 option the value will be displayed with 0, 1 or 2 decimals. This is achieved by rounding to 2 decimals if more than 2 are available (e.g. 23.4567 → 23.46) and leaving the value as it is if 2 or fewer decimals are available (e.g. 23.4 → 23.4).
|JQL||You can optionally define a JQL query to filter the issues which contribute to the custom value. Only the issues which satisfy this query will be taken into account when calculating the custom value.|
3. Adding & Editing Custom Values
The Custom Values section of your rich filter allows you to perform the following operations:
|To achieve this:||Do the following:|
|Add a new Custom Value|
Click on the Create custom value button at the top-right of the page.
Type a name, select a color, a base value, a total formula and a display format and optionally type a JQL query, then click on the Create button.
|View or edit a Custom Value|
Click on any custom value to view or edit its configuration, depending on your rights.
|Reorder the Custom Values|
Hover over the vertical “grid” icon, then drag and drop the custom value up or down to the new position.
|Delete a Custom Value|
Click on the delete icon located at the right of the custom value.
4. Using Custom Values in Rich Filter Gadgets
Custom values can be added in views to be displayed as columns in Rich Filter Results gadgets, or selected as values in the rich filter gadgets which display aggregated issue data.
Below are some examples of rich filter gadgets configured to display custom values:
- Rich Filter Results gadget displaying a view which contains a custom value based on Time Spent and formatted in hours:
Have a look at The Rich Filter Results Gadget documentation page to see how to configure the gadget.
The display format settings can be very handy if you wish to display some numeric or time tracking fields in a particular format, e.g. hours for a time tracking field.
- Rich Filter Simple Counter gadget displaying four custom values:
Have a look at The Rich Filter Simple Counter Gadget documentation page to see how to configure the gadget.
- Rich Filter Statistics gadget displaying four custom values aggregated by assignee:
Have a look at The Rich Filter Statistics Gadget documentation page to see how to configure the gadget.
- Rich Filter Two Dimensional Statistics gadget displaying a custom value named Support Time Spent aggregated by the issue field Priority and a smart filter named Team:
Have a look at The Rich Filter Two Dimensional Statistics Gadget documentation page to see how to configure the gadget.
- Rich Filter Flexi Charts gadget displaying a bar chart of a custom value named Resolved Story Points by assignee:
Have a look at The Rich Filter Flexi Charts Gadget documentation page to see how to configure the gadget.