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I need an Automation Rule in Jira Cloud to get all comments for all issues on a project that occurred in the last day.
I can see how to get all comments for one issue, but not how to get all comments that occurred in the last day.
Anyone have any suggestions on that?
Hello @Cash Coyne
Jira does not have a native function to search for issues (or comments) based on the date the comment was made. There are third party apps that extends JQL capabilities for that.
Do you have or are you willing to consider a third party app to extend JQL capabilities for this?
Otherwise I think the only way to do this would be to retrieve all the issues based on their last Updated timestamp, then for each one search through their comments to find if any were made in the last day.
I haven't quite figured it out either.
I tried using a Schedule trigger to retrieve the issues, and then a For Each to step through the comments and print their creation dates. I thought this would step through the comments of each issue, printing out the creation dates for the comments of each issue in one log entry, the the comment creation dates for the next issue in another log entry and so on, but it printed all the comment creation dates in one log entry.