This documentation relates to an older version 1.1 of Rich Filters::Time Tracking Dashboards. See the documentation index for other versions.

The Rich Filter Statistics Gadget

Rich Filters::Time Tracking Dashboards is an extension of the Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards app. If you are not already familiar with the rich filters, you should first have a look at the Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards documentation.

This page extends The Rich Filter Statistics Gadget page from the Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards documentation. If you're not sure how the Rich Filter Statistics gadget works, you should check that page first.

Rich Filters::Time Tracking Dashboards adds new features to the Rich Filter Statistics gadget which allows you to build statistics based on work logs. If you're not sure how the filtering and grouping based on work log attributes works, you should first understand our Key Concepts.

After installing Rich Filters::Time Tracking Dashboards, you can use the Rich Filter Statistics gadget to:

  • display statistics based on the Worklog Author
  • display statistics based on the Worklog Date
  • display statistics based on custom work log queries
  • display time series based on the Worklog Date

In order to use the new features, the gadget provides new setting options: 

SettingNew options – description
Statistic Type

A new section called Worklog attributes is available. The work log attributes you can chose from are:

  • Worklog Author
  • Worklog Date

Smart filters can also be used as statistic types. Rich Filters::Time Tracking Dashboards allows you to include work log queries in your smart filter clauses in order to group work logs.

See our Advanced Work Log Searching section to learn how to define custom work log queries.

Values

A new section called Worklog attributes is available for values based on work logs. The new section contains the Worklog Time Spent value.

Time Series

If the Statistic Type is Time Series, then the user can output any time series, including time series based on the Worklog Date. Time series based on work logs aggregate the Worklog Time Spent.

You can look at the Extending the Time Series page to learn more about time series based on work logs.