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'No Client update from Support team past 3 days' jQuery required


‘No Client update from Support team past 3 days’ I would expect jQuery for the  below logic

  1. No Update on Incidents / Service Request
  2. No Update on Change Requests


For both you should check OPEN client tickets with status not equal to WAITING FOR CUSTOMER not equal to RESOLVED without any external updates past 3 days.


Is this possible?

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Hi @kotha Eswar rao,

If I understand your question correctly, you should be able to retrieve those tickets using the following JQL filter:

Issuetype in (Incident, "Change Request", "Service Request") AND
Resolution = Unresolved AND Status != "Waiting for Customer" AND Updated <= -3d

 Hope this helps!

Thanks @Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_ for providing the J query , But the issue here the above query will show the tickets which were not updated <=-3 days and also i need the external comments not updated to customer for past 3 days


The above query is showing the combination of tickets with internal /external comments not updated for past 3 days

is there any query specifically for the external comments not updated for past 3 days?




Hi @kotha Eswar rao ,

Comments all end up in the same comments field and Jira out of the box does not support searching for who commented.

However, I think the following workaround will suit your needs: Automation allows you to transition an issue between Waiting for Support and Waiting for Customer statuses based on who comments (Automation lets you check if the comment was entered by an agent or a customer and also if the comment was public or private). If you make sure your issue transitions to an internal status when a customer comments, and back to the customer in the other scenario, the query I shared above will always show you the issues that are sitting around for more than 3 days waiting for support.

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Hi @kotha Eswar rao ,

An article about how to do it with our app can help. Chek it out here.

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Gaurav Community Leader Nov 09, 2021

Hello @kotha Eswar rao 

For identifying the external comment, there is a smart value available. Checking if the smart value '{{comment.internal}}' is false would help identify the external comments.

Hello @Gaurav 

I am receiving the error while adding the above function ( {{comment.internal}}) in J Query

could you please assist further

Below is updated query i am using to find the external comments not updated for 3 days


updatedDate<= "-3d" AND type in (Incident, "Service Request") AND status not in ("Waiting for customer", Resolved, Closed, Declined) AND {{comment.internal}}





Gaurav Community Leader Nov 09, 2021

Hello @kotha Eswar rao 

As this is a smart value, I have not used it in JQLs but in Automation. I would suggest you please try it as ('{{comment.internal}}' is 'false').

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