How can I filter issues by comment count?

We try to improve our feedback management. Our support team creates jira-cases for customers' inquiries. When other customers come with the same case, support team create comment "+1" (We use comments because it is not allowed to vote for issues several times by the same user. Unfortunately). Now, how can I filter cases with e.g. comment count > 10? It seems like JQL does not allow to do this sad. So sad. Maybe you can suggest us some tricks with API?

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Hi Stanislav,

Indeed this is not something possible by default. There are, however, a couple of ways I can think of to achieve this using add-ons:

I hope this helps! smile

Thanks a lot, it helped! For me my JQL query looks this way: type = "Feature request" and issuefunction in hasComments('+3') https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Scripted+JQL+Functions+With+Comments#ScriptedJQLFunctionsWithComments-hasComments([numberofcomments])

Heey, I'm glad to hear that helped! :) Have an awesome day!

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