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Adding Multiple Account IDs To the Request Participants Field

Jun Koo I'm New Here Sep 01, 2022

I'm currently following this to add multiple @mention users into the Request Participants field. The only trouble is that I can't seem to get this smart value into a JSON array or a comma separated list like the person in the guide did. Here's what my inputs and outputs looks like:

Input: @UserA@UserB

Condition: If: Compare two values - {{issue.comments.last.body}} contains \[~accountid:.+\]

Then Create: {{issue.comments.last.body.match("(\[~accountid:.+\])").remove("[~accountid:").remove("]")

Output: 62a74956f8cf79079d6f3f5 61e707b338911c0768543139

Desired: [62a74956f8cf79079d6f3f5, 61e707b338911c0768543139]

Did Atlassian change the way the match function work since the guide was posted? 

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