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How to exclude internal comments from issue comments

Hello dear Atlassian community, 

 

I am working with Jira automatizations now to make sure that if a support member response to a ticket from a client the status automatically changes to "waiting for customer" and the other way around if client responses to the support member the ticket status would change to "waiting for support". 

I need to do this in automatizations because unfortunately the person who set up Jira choose a basic setup for the team project. 

 

Now i have set up a automation that work pretty well. It just has one problem. My team often uses internal notes in the ticket but the system records that as a response to the client. So when a support team member leaves a internal note in the ticket, the ticket status also changes to "waiting for customer" because it thinks we responded to the client but in front-end the client will not see this note. 

 

I would like to know how i can add a rule inside my already existing automation rule to exclude internal notes. And how i can best do this, does anyone have experience with this?? See my current automation rule in attachment. 

 

Love to hear! 

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Ajay Community Leader May 20, 2021

HI @Lynn van Dooren 

Usually when you have a service Desk project set up the legacy automation takes care of handling the status transitions based on the rule below

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In your case you can use Automation for Jira rule as an example to set the Status based on external/internal comment 

Automation.jpg

Thank you! This worked for me :) 

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Mirek Community Leader May 20, 2021

Hi @Lynn van Dooren ,

When using JSM I usually do this by build in JSM Automation. Thanks to that is is easy to separate public and internal comments. Here is a example:

 

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