Issues per Assignee
This report displays the number of issues that are currently assigned to each member of the team within one or more projects.
When the report is calculated, the following option is available in the bar chart:
Click the bar for an assignee to view the list of issues that are assigned to the selected user.
The following options are available in the pie chart:
Move the pointer over a segment to view the number and percentage of issues that are assigned to each user.
Click the segment for an assignee to view the list of issues that are assigned to the selected user.
Show or hide segments by selecting which colors to display. Use the controls to deselect the assignees that you don't want to see on the pie chart. By default, segments for all assignees are displayed.
Use the following parameters to configure this report.
The name of the report.
The projects for which the report is calculated. The projects that are visible in the list are displayed based on your Read Project Basic access permissions.
The Issue filter and Projects settings let you narrow the scope of your report to receive more precise results. The search query field supports the same syntax and auto-completion that are available in the search box.
Determines which type of chart is used to display data in the report. This report can be presented as a bar chart or a pie chart.
Show totals for
Determines which values are aggregated and shown on the report. Choose from any field that stores values as an integer, period, or float. You also have the option to show totals for votes.
Can view and use
Sets the visibility for the report. By default, the report is visible to its owner only.
Determines who has permission to view and edit the report settings.
A report with the following settings displays the number of unresolved issues that are assigned to each developer in the YouTrack project.
A report with the following settings displays the number of unresolved Show-stopper and Critical issues that are assigned to each developer in YouTrack project.
#Unresolved Priority: Show-stopper, Critical -Unassigned