YouTrack Standalone 7.0 Help

Reports

Reports help you analyze and manage project and team activity. You can also use reports to evaluate your personal efforts.

YouTrack lets you create private reports or configure reports that you share with your team. You can export, print and share reports with other team members. You can also add personal and shared reports to the dashboard.

The following reports are available in YouTrack:

TypeReportDescription
Issue DistributionIssues Per AssigneeShows the issues assigned to each user at the moment, for one or more projects. Available as a bar chart or a pie chart.
Issues Per ProjectShows the total number of issues at the moment, for any set of projects. Available as a bar chart or a pie chart.
Issues Per Arbitrary FieldShows how issues are distributed at the moment by state, assignee, priority, type or any custom field, inside one or more projects. Available as a bar chart or a pie chart.
Issues Per Two FieldsShows how issues are distributed at the moment by state and assignee, priority and subsystem or any two custom fields, inside one or more projects. Available as a bar chart or a matrix.
Matrix ReportAn earlier version of the Issues per Two Fields report. The link to this report is provided for backward compatibility.
Advanced Issues Per ProjectShows overall issue distribution for a set of projects. Each project is illustrated as a double bar, and each bar can be customized to show a certain field distribution.
TimelineBurndownShows the ideal progress vs. real progress. Unlike the burndown chart for an agile board, this report is not limited to a single sprint or agile board.
Cumulative FlowShows 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.
Resolution TimeShows the average, min and max time of issue lifecycle, for every day. Also shows moving min, max and average resolution time for a chosen moving period. In addition, it shows resolved vs still unresolved issues for every day. This report can work perfectly for SLA Management.
Average Issue AgeShows the average time of issue lifecycle in certain state(s), for every day. Also shows moving min, max and average resolution time for a chosen moving period. In addition, it shows the number of issues that moved to complement state vs the number of issues remain in one of chosen state(s).
Fixed vs Reported RateCompares the number of issues that are reported in one or more projects to the number of issues that were fixed within a specified time frame.
Verified vs Reopened RateCompares the number of issues that were verified in one or more projects to the number of issues that were reopened within a specified time frame.
Resolved vs New/Reopened RateShows you the rate of incoming and outgoing issues in one or more projects. It displays the ratio between the issues that were resolved and the number of issues that were created or reopened within a specified time frame.
Time ManagementTime ReportThis report shows the total time spent time working on one or more projects or iterations. It displays the type of work done and the original estimation. Time spent can be grouped by the type of work done or by the users who performed the tasks.
Gantt ChartShows issues as a linked series of dependent tasks. The actual view shows how much time was spent on each task. The estimated view shows how much time was estimated for each task.
State TransitionVerified DistributionShows the total number of issues that were verified within a specified time frame. The results can be grouped by the user who verified the issue, priority, project, or any enumerated field.
Reopened DistributionShows the total number of issues that were reopened within a specified time frame. The results can be grouped by assignee, priority, or project.
State TransitionTracks the change in value for a custom field within a specified time frame. The results can be grouped by assignee, priority, or any other field.
Last modified: 29 September 2016