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Discover how our dashboard gadget presents AD data in Jira
Attribute Statistics was created to visually present useful information about Jira usage and statistics.
It reads users’ data from AD and shows the most important facts about issue reporters and assignees. You can check where most of the issues come from (in terms of cities, teams or roles) and display them in the form of different charts.
Number of tickets submitted by users from several office locations, displayed as a bar chart and pie chart:
Adding Attribute Statistics Gadget to the Jira Dashboard
In order to add the gadget to your Jira dashboard:
Go to the Jira home page or to Dashboards.
Click add a new gadget.
Select or search for Attribute Statistics [Active Directory Attributes Sync].
Click Add gadget.
If you can’t easily find the gadget, click Load all gadgets to expand the list.
There is a lot of data you can display in multiple different forms. Scroll down to see the descriptions of each category:
Choose how the data should be displayed. You can select one of these three visual forms:
- Pie chart
- Bar chart
Project or Saved Filter
Select the project you’d like to analyze or create a filter to display only a certain set of information. Go to Advanced Search to see all options.
You can choose whose AD attributes should be analyzed. Select one of those two groups of users:
Choose the AD attributes that will become the filter criteria for your chart. In order to choose more than one attribute, press and hold the Ctrl (Control) key. This will allow you to easily switch between different graphs for different attributes in your final chart. The criteria selector will appear right above the chart. Here is a list of available attributes:
- Job title
- Telephone number
- Mobile Number
- Street address
- Web Page
You may want to use additional categories to display a more complex set of data. Select one of the following criteria and see how they enhance your graph:
- Issue type
- Fix version
Add a short note about the data displayed in your chart. It will show up at the top of the gadget’s white space.
Rows per page
If you’ve selected a table as the type of your chart, you can now decide how many rows to display at once. Available options:
You can choose how often your chart should be updated. Choose a setting that best fits your needs:
- Every 15 Minutes
- Every 1 Hour
- Every 2 Hours
Click Save to generate your chart.
You can add the same gadget multiple times, and display a different set of data on each chart.
If you can’t find the answer you need in our documentation, raise a support request.