Better Excel Exporter for Jira
- Jira Service Management
- Jira Software
We no longer offer sales and support for server apps. You can stay connected by exploring the migration options to either the cloud or Data Center version of this app.
Full-blown native Excel exports, spreadsheet reports and Business Intelligence for Jira Server, Data Center and Cloud
All powerful Excel reporting features
Use functions, formulas, charts, pivot tables, pivot charts, Visual Basic and all other Microsoft Excel features to get more insights from your Jira data. Powerful and easy BI!
Native XLS/XLSX output for spreadsheet tools
Unlike Jira's built-in Excel exports, this app exports real XLSX files. No need for further manual data conversion.
Also compatible with Google Spreadsheets & Open Office.
Custom spreadsheet templates & scripts
Merge your Jira field values into custom Excel template files that define the data, cell type and cell format.
Integrate with external databases and apps, perform custom calculations in Groovy scripts.
📊 Better Excel Exporter exports Jira issues to Excel spreadsheets, for reporting, and data analysis.
Unlike Jira's built-in Excel- and CSV export features, it creates real Excel files in XLSX format, compatible with Microsoft Office, Google Spreadsheets, Apple Numbers, Open/Libre Office: see the comparison!
- Issue list
- Issue list with metadata (comments, worklogs, change history)
- Created vs. Resolved reports
- Worklog reports (timesheets)
- Workflow reports (time in status)
- Jira Software agile reports
- JSM reports (with SLA)
- Zephyr test reports
- Tempo reports
- JSM Insight reports
➕ Also generating business documents from Jira? Check out our PDF exporter app!
This app offers additional security, reliability, and support through:
- Cloud security participation
- Reliability checks
- 24hr support response time
- and more.
Privacy and security
Export issue lists easily: just run a JQL search, select your columns, then export the Issue Navigator to Excel with a click. Note the precise data types: links, plain text, decimal numbers, integers and dates.