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Jira Automation If/Else

Hello,

I am trying to setup a Jira Automation with and If/else statement. 

What I want to do is:

IF a comment is added by anyone except for a certain user then send an email notification to the assignee. 

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@Dexter Brooks -

Welcome to the community.  If I understand your ask correctly, then you may not need to use if/else block.  You should be able to use the conditional check for "User condition" (something like below) -

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However if you want to use if/else setup, then you will just add the "User condition" as a part of the If/else setup (something like below) -

2022-06-22_8-07-05.png

After the condition setup, you just need to add in the Actions as needed.

Hope this helps.

Best, Joseph Chung Yin

Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team

Viasat Inc.

Thanks for the quick response. Basically we use Opsgenie for alerting and when a customer submits a ticket we also have to acknowledge the ticket in the Opsgenie. When we acknowledge the ticket Opgenie makes a comment on the ticket from our helpdesk account. I want to exclude email notifications for comment from Opsgenie/our Help Desk Account. Does that make more sense?

@Dexter Brooks -

In our env, we don't use Opsgenie, thus I cannot advise further after your clarification.  I would recommend you to contact Atlassian Support (https://support.atlassian.com) for their technical assistance or possible solutions.

Best, Joseph

@Joseph Chung Yin Please disregard the Opsgenie portion of my post. All I need to is create an automation that send a email when a comment is made on a service request but just need to exclude when a comment is made by a specific user. 

@Dexter Brooks -

It is then extremely simple... here is the rule for you to try

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Hope this helps.  Please click on Accept Answer when you have a chance.

Best, Joseph

How do I do the exclusion part? So if a comment is made by JIRA user "A" it won't send an email notification. 

@Dexter Brooks -

You just need to add in the User condition as I mentioned earlier in this thread by using a if condition check for issue type and user condition.

Hope this helps.

Best, Joseph

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