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SLA for respond to customer not triggered if response is from ticket creator.

I have a basic SLA set up for initial response time: Issue created > Finish counting when Comment: For Customers. 

We do have scenarios where we would be taking phone calls and making tickets to log the time/work. However, if I create a ticket, my SLA is set to the ticket. But if I comment and I'm the "customer", the SLA doesn't stop. Someone else has to comment. This seems like a bug, as I can't think of a reason for this to be by design.

So that said, I'd like to set up some kind of exclusion for a specific SLA if sent by my IT team, but not all SLAs because I need the resolve time SLA to still apply. What's the best way to implement this? Hopefully without plugins as we are a government entity and we can't make even small purchases without getting quotes and such.

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Actually, I think I got it figured out. Set goals jql to "reporter not in membersOf("Jira Agents")"

Hi Stephen! I'm digging up your thread because I am encountering exactly the same issue. Could you detail what you did there? Where do I set the goals jql?

Thanks! Justine

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