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how can i see who has mentioned me on my jira dashboard?

i get so many emails from jira that i sometimes end up missing comments where i have been @mentioned. i'd like to create a view on my dashboard that shows all of the times i have been mentioned so that i don't miss any more questions/comments. please help.

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Laurens Coppens Community Leader Feb 22, 2018



You can create a filter like this: (summary ~ currentUser() OR description ~ currentUser() OR comment ~ currentUser()) and updatedDate >= -7d

and then show that filter with the filter gadget on your dashboard.

Hope this helps.

yes that worked perfectly! thank you!


I'm new to Jira and having trouble getting this to work. Do you add the persons name in place of currentUser in the query above and still include the parentheses?

Thank you

Good job, Laurens!

@Madeline Stevens Paste the entire query as it is into the advanced search bar.

That's brilliant Laurens, thanks. 

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I use this as a Quick Filter on sprint boards.

It shows all issues in the current sprint that have not been completed (we have "Dev Done" as well as "Done" statuses) where the user has been mentioned in a comment.


comment ~ currentUser() AND sprint in openSprints() AND status NOT IN ("Dev Done",Done)

You can also try plugin User Mentioned JQL
After installation  it will start collecting all mentions, and you will be able to find ticket via query and build dashboards around it. Also it tracks if you replied under this ticket already or not.

Trying to use this in the advanced search and I'm not able to get any results.  Is that query still relevant?

Laurens Coppens Community Leader Feb 12, 2020

Should be still relevant, do you get any error?

Like Natalie Kulla likes this

Thank you for your response!! I do not get an error... I just get no results even though I am definitely mentioned in several comments. 

I've tried using just:  comment ~ currentUser() and that's not giving me results either.

Laurens Coppens Community Leader Feb 13, 2020

Is this a server or cloud instance?

Maybe this is a cloud limitation

We are cloud based... why would there be different functionality based on host?

I'm finding as an admin I get results with the following JQL. Other non-admin users get no results.

comment ~ currentuser() ORDER BY updated DESC

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