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The Performance Objectives app offers a selection of 10 reporting gadgets that can be used to enhance your Jira dashboards. These gadgets provide valuable insights and visualization capabilities to help you effectively monitor and analyze your project data.
Each gadget serves a specific purpose, allowing you to track progress, identify bottlenecks, and make data-driven decisions. By leveraging these reporting gadgets, you can gain a deeper understanding of your project’s performance and optimize your workflow accordingly.
Let’s take a closer look at each of the available gadgets in the Performance Objectives: Charts for Jira app and explore the best ways to use them.
Getting Started with the Performance Objectives App
To get started, create a new dashboard on your Jira instance. Alternatively, if you want to use an existing dashboard, click on ‘Edit’ to add a new gadget. If you have already installed the Performance Objectives app for your Jira instance, type NaraSyst in the search field and select from the 10 available gadgets provided by the app. Choose the gadget that best suits your reporting and charting needs and start configuring your charts and reports.
Choosing the Right Gadget: Exploring the Performance Objectives App Selection
Objective recognition of team and individual performance. Quick insights leveraging your existing fields, saved filters and workflows events. A single place for transparent and ongoing metrics tracking and appraisals.
Visualization of KPIs and WIP trends.
Split and stacked by any Jira field
Metrics shown in cumulative mode, presented in daily, weekly or monthly granularity, in line or area charts
Visualize data on pie, donut, sunburst, wind rose or radial bar charts by 3 dimensions
Define own calculation criteria, using the power of formula, derived metrics and multiple data sources features
Use Scatter chart to plot the relationship between two variables and add a third dimension by setting size for the bubble
Use color gradients to identify hot and cold areas in your Jira data
Represent hierarchical relationships of Jira data
Compare sizes and proportions of different categories or subcategories within the dataset
Illustrate the relationships and intersections between different sets or groups of Jira data and highlight overlaps
Cross metric analyses on common scale in regular or cumulative mode, presented in daily, weekly or monthly granularity, in line or area charts.
Quick insights leveraging your existing fields, saved filters and workflows events.
Cross metric analyses on a common scale in regular or cumulative mode, presented in daily, weekly or monthly granularity, in line or area charts
Track history of changes of any Jira field. Inspect simultaneously deviations overtime of multiple issues and identify correlated trends
Set goal to reach their expected level in a given time frame
If you require assistance with installing and configuring the Performance Objectives App, refer to our comprehensive step-by-step guide: Configuration Overview.
Check out our KPI Examples to see the wide range of reports you can create using the Performance Objectives: Charts for Jira app.
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