The Grouped Filter Results (by sumUp) gadget calculates sums of multiple fields while the source issues are grouped by one custom field.


Which issues do you want to analyze?

Select whether you want to use a predefined JQL Filter or a custom JQL to get the issues. 

No need to create hundreds of filters to be used in various gadgets - simply define the result set by adding a custom JQL! 

Which fields would you like to display?

Add fields to be displayed as columns and reorder them using drag and drop.

Only certain fields can actually be summed up (e.g numeric fields, text fields with numeric values etc.) 

How do you want to group the results?

Select a field that will be used to group the results on the y-Axis.


Issue typeStatus

How many rows do you want to display per page?

Choose how many results you want to display on your dashboard. 

Choose additional options

Optionally, you can set different additional options to change the behavior of this gadget.

Do you want to refresh your data every 15 minutes?

Check this option to refresh the results of the gadget every 15 minutes.

Enabling this option is useful when displaying information that needs a periodic refresh. For example, displaying the gadget on a wallboard.

Do you want to group the elements by name instead of their ID?

This option is helpful if you wish to group the results by fields that share the same name or the options. For example, if you have a fix version named "EAP_Q2" across multiple projects, checking this option will ensure the results will be grouped under the same name instead of showing them as separate entries.

  • By default, all values will be grouped by their ID, meaning that fields or options that share a common name will be treated as two different values, since they don't have the same ID in the database.
    When checking the checkbox , options with the same option name will be treated as one option , even though they are saved as different values in the database.

  • This option is not available for all the fields. It is only available on selecting the certain fields in "Group by" section that could share same name or options. Some of the fields where this option is applicable are:
    • Versions
    • Components
    • Issue type
    • Severity
    • Sprint
    • Status
    • Option-based fields
Do you want to include links to show results in the issue navigator?

If you are someone who likes seeing the issues behind numeric entries on the gadget, this option is your match. With this option checked, you are taken to the Issue navigator page every time you click on a numeric entry on the sumUp gadget. Once you are on the Issue navigator page, you can see the JQL (and subsequently the issues) that accounts for the numeric entry displayed on gadget.

In case of text fields, it is not possible to perform an exact search due to limitations of Jira Cloud JQL, so it may happen that more issues are shown than expected. If the text field contains special characters ( ((" ") + . , ; ? !| * / % ^ $ # @ [ ]) <>), they will be ignored in the JQL search.

If you do not usually go to the Issue navigator or if the loading time for your gadget is too high, leave the option unchecked.

Which time period do you want to display as default?

If you have chosen to group the data by a date or date time field (e.g. Due date or Created), you can set a default time period for the displayed data when the gadget is loaded or refreshed.

You can choose between: 

  • Current week
  • Current month
  • Current quarter
  • Current year
  • All-time
Which default date aggregation level do you choose?

If you have chosen to group the data by a date or date time field (e.g. Due date or Created), you can set a default aggregation level for the displayed data when the gadget is loaded or refreshed.

You can choose between: 

  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Quarterly
  • Yearly

View mode



The colums can be sorted by clicking on the small arrows next to each colum header. 

Filter bar

The gadget displays an additional filter at the top when a date field is selected in the configuration.

Initially, it is pre-populated with the value set in the configuration and the data is displayed accordingly. 

Time period

The drop-down menu contains the options in the following order:

  • Current week
  • Current month
  • Current quarter
  • Current year
  • All-time
Date picker

The picker allows you to override the Time period selection.

You can select the start and end dates of the aggregated data by clicking first on the start date and then on the end date.

To enter your chosen date, click next to the expanded calendar.

If the date range is not customized, it reflects the chosen Time period. For example, the period selection would display 01/Jan/24-31/Dec/2024 if the Current year option is selected. If the date range is adjusted, the Date Filter View changes to Customized.

Date grouping

The selector determines how the data is grouped in the columns/rows of the table.

The drop-down menu contains the following options:

  • Daily shown as separate dates. 
  • Weekly shown as W1, W2, W3,...
  • Monthly shown as M1, M2, M3,...
  • Quarterly shown as Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4
  • Yearly shown as Y/22, Y/23, Y/24, ...

If the data spans more than one year, the Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly data are shown with the year as suffix, e.g. Q1/24.

Info icon

The tooltip displays information about the data displayed in the gadget.

Use cases and examples 

If you still have questions, feel free to refer to our support team.