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Filtering out Locked Comments JQL

We setup automation to notify changes on an Epic via Slack and it was working but the only issue was it was notifying slack for every comment even if it was locked.

It seems like the Syntax for 'Comment' only searches the comments not if its locked or not.

Anyone have an idea how to filter out comments that are locked using a JQL Query?

 

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Mark Segall
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Jan 10, 2023

Hi @Jacob Ludwigson and welcome to the community!

When you say "locked", are you referring to JSM and its ability to have public/private comments?  If so, you'd need to add an Advanced condition like this:

{{comment.internal}}
Not Equals
True

Thanks that's exactly what I'm looking for.

Unfortunately it looks like both public and private comments are returning "false" in {{comment.internal}} so it keeps failing.

Mark Segall
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Jan 11, 2023

Interesting - It shouldn't matter, but can you try this?

{{comment.internal}}
Equals
False

It works for me in my test environment.

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