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Cumulative Flow

Shows the distribution of values that are used in a custom field for issues over a period of time. Unlike the cumulative flow chart for an agile board, this report can include several projects or iterations and can reference values in any custom field.

When the report is calculated, the following options are available:

  • Move the pointer over a point in time to see the distribution of issues that are assigned each value in the custom field.
  • Click a band on the chart to show only issues with the selected value.
  • Show or hide bands by selecting which colors to display. Use the controls to deselect the values that you don't want to see on the cumulative flow chart. By default, bands for all values are displayed.


Use the following settings to configure this report.

Report NameThe name of the report.
ProjectsThe projects for which the report is calculated. The projects that are visible in the list are displayed based on your View Project access permissions.
QueryThe Query 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.
PeriodThe time frame for which issues are displayed on the report.
TypeSets the custom field for which the report is calculated. When you select a field, you can choose which values in the set are displayed on the report. Drag the fields to change the order in which they are presented on the cumulative flow chart.
Visible toSets the visibility for the report. By default, the report is visible to its owner only.


A report with the following settings displays the distribution of issues based on the value of the State field for the current week in the selected projects.

Query#{Harmonicity IX} -Exception -{Usability Problem}
PeriodThis week
ValuesOpen, In Progress, Fixed, Verified, In Testing


Here is the same report narrowed down to the In Progress state change only:


Last modified: 18 April 2017