The Jira Project Reporting Academy is coming to an end, it has been a four step course that shows the best practice on how to centralize project data and visualize it with Profields and eazyBI. This time, you'llstart learning how to create a Jira project dashboard.
This fourth lesson of the Jira Project Reporting Academy shows how to put together the pieces we’ve built until now to create a dashboard on a project-level. Just be sure to follow these next steps:
In previous parts, we defined three types of charts with project data:
Now that we have the charts, I want to place them side by side to build a dashboard that will allow me to have my information always under control.
Since data is loaded on eazyBI, this dashboard will be created inside the app, and then loaded as a gadget on the dashboard tab in Jira.
On the upper menu, let’s navigate to Dashboards and hit the button Create a new dashboard.
We have seen how eazyBI is the tool that best helps us in analyzing Jira's data and how, through the combined use of Profields and with the help of our imagination, it allows us to keep a project under control.
Congratulations for completing the Jira Project Reporting Academy! I hope that these steps have at least stimulated your imagination on how you can analyze the untapped data that lives in Jira to keep improving how you work.
Keep up the effort!
Of course, this is just the beginning, and the possibilities to keep working on project reports are endless. We'll keep adding content to the Jira Project Reporting Academy to help you practice and refine your skills. Stay tuned!
Enroll in the Jira Project Reporting Academy
Would you like to learn how to create this dahsboard? Enroll in the Jira Project Reporting Academy to learn how to create customized reports about your Jira projects!