Name: Name of the report, also used as default subject of report email.
JIRA Query: JQL expression - see Queries
Max Results: Maximal number of results for JQL
Issue Fields: Comma or white-space separated list of additional issue fields to include in report. (Issue key and summary are always included by default.) Field names are case sensitive.
To see all issue fields available in the result set, click "Test Query" button. As a result, you will get a list of fields with their content as coming from JIRA. In many cases issue field values coming from JIRA are complex objects and you'd probably want to include just a certain part of it in your report. To do this, extend the issue field name with a dot followed by an object field name of interest.
Examples: environment, description, duedate, reporter.displayName, project.name, status.name, priority.name, issuetype.name, versions.name, fixVersions.name, labels.name, assignee.displayName, votes.votes, created.formatted.rfc822.
Date fields allow additional formatting options.
Group By: Select this if you want issues grouped by selected criteriaGroup issues in report.
Start Date/Time: When the report should run.
Repeats: Set frequency of the report. You can run it daily (on selected days), weekly or monthly.
Send Report To: Who should receive the report. Send to your self or to any specified email address.
For system level reports, JIRA administrators have an option to send report to selected JIRA user group.
Message: Specifies text to include at the top of the report email. In the message text you may use $TOTAL and $COUNT placeholders for the total and included number of issues.
Data Template: Get report as a simple list, HTML table or CSV file attached to email.
Custom Email Template: See Email Template