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As per JIRA documentation http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/latest

The following filter will show the issues opned by me (Current User).

reporter = currentUser()

Is there a filer that will show issues commented by me? something like the following does not work...

comment by = currentUser()

if you know the name of the user (lets assume the name is Tom you can do:

issueFunction in commented("by Tom")

you can also filter it by date of the comment like:

issueFunction in commented("after -1d by Tom")

UPDATE: this requires ScriptRunner being installed in JIRA server (as JBert pointed out)

How can I search issues to which a user has commented?, Solved: Hello, I want to search all issues to which I have entered a comment. Recently or in Can you please guide me as per how to use JIRA toolkit? I do not  Try Without using Any plugins :) @Nabil as you are looking for where you have commented. One Simple Workaround in JIRA is to looks for your Proflie. 1. Go to your profile, Navigate to Top Right Corner of the page 2. Check Activity Stream for the user (This will List all activities and comments)


You can use the Activity Stream gadget with a filter configured by username and activity type. Note that this requires a case-sensitive username, not the friendly Display Name.

Activity Stream gadget configuration:

Filtered Activity Stream display:

(I posted a variation of this answer elsewhere but have improved my filter since then and the new filter is more salient to this question anyhow.)

Filter issues commented by me, Is there any way to filter issues to see only the ones I commented? 1. If you have the add-on Better Excel Exporter for Jira, you can run a query and export the results+comments into an Excel file. 2. Use the Jira REST-API to perform the query (as you specified above). In the list of fields to retrieve, specify the summary, comments and any other fields that you want.


You could also follow the approach presented by Matt Doar:

Use a participants field from the JIRA Toolkit plugin and query that

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching?focusedCommentId=229838922#comment-229838922

It's not a a complete answer but maybe a step in the right direction... Francis

Solved: JQL query for comments for particular user, Solved: Hi, we want list comments added by particular user in a project/Issue ,is it Even better, this JQL works for me. you can reduce it to only the parameters  Filter issues commented by me . Alejandro_Serena Mar 14, 2018. Is there any way to filter issues to see only the ones I commented? Answer. Watch. Posted in Jira Core.


The new scriptrunner can do lots of things e.g. find issues with comments issueFunction in hasComments(), find issues with comments that are not older than 7 days issueFunction in commented("after -7d") and also issue comments from users or groups.

Details can be found here: https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Scripted+JQL+Functions#ScriptedJQLFunctions-commented(commentquery)

Issues commented by me in JIRA, if you know the name of the user (lets assume the name is Tom you can do: issueFunction in commented("by Tom"). you can also filter it by date  As is the case with all issues on jira.atlassian.com, closing this issue does not mean this functionality will never be a part of JIRA by default. However, the JIRA product management team is making an effort to make jira.atlassian.com a more valuable tracking tool by closing the issues that we do not expect to work on in the reasonably foreseeable future.


You can try that workaround I am current using this expression on my saved search:

comment ~ "your.username.here"

This in fact catch the comments where I was mentioned, but if you mention yourself probably should works. I have not tried by myself.

My current Jira is a cloud based one, so I can't tell you exactly which version is.

Issues commented by me in JIRA - jira - html, reporter = currentUser(). Is there a filer that will show issues commented by me? something like the following does not work comment by = currentUser(). jira. Create new Automation for Jira rule. I choose to create the rule within "Global Rules" Choose the trigger, "Issue commented: Rule is run when a comment is added to an issue. This trigger needs no configuration." Select "IF Block" User = User who triggered the event; Check to preform = User is; Criteria = Issue Reporter; Choose action "Edit issue fields"


Find all JIRA issues I've ever commented, As per JIRA documentation http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/latest The following filter will show the issues opned by me (Current User). reporter  You can find the list of the issues which is commented by current user , selected user, group member and role member and you can limit this search with comment date or last comment. If you need any custom JQL for comments you can also contact with us, mailto:info@kostebekteknoloji.com.


How do I search JIRA (bug tracker) for my comments , I've found the answer. On the current version of JIRA, use the following JQL: issueFunction in commented("by dr01") ORDER BY createdDate  I just tried JQL: status changed BY currentUser() order by updated DESC and it worked for me. You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.


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