Power BI is a dedicated visualization and data analytics tool. For Jira users, it opens up a plethora of options when it comes to visualization. It offers various visualization types, including area charts, bar and column charts, a single number or multi-row cards, combo charts, decomposition trees, doughnut charts, funnel charts, and more. If you want to know about the complete list, check out visualization types in Power BI
. Moreover, it also offers customizable dashboards that can connect different data sources, including Jira, CRM, etc.
To get started with Power BI visualization for Jira data in the best possible way, you need a dedicated Power BI Connector for Jira
to create a seamless connection between Jira and Power BI. The Connector is feature-rich. Also, its new update introduced pre-configured dashboard templates
. Among the Jira dashboard examples are Jira Project Dashboard, Jira Spring Dashboard, Jira Spring Time Report, and many more. Besides, you should consider this Connector for easy sharing Power BI reports with non-Jira users.
Overall, Power BI offers a better reporting and visualization feature set. In Power BI, you can work on multiple Jira projects and charts. You also get to create one convenient Power BI dashboard, which lets you get an eagle-eye view of your project(s) or tell a story with customizable visual elements.