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jql filter query order by last updated by current user

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March 20, 2024

Is there a way to order results by the date that the current user updated a ticket instead of just last updated by anyone?

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March 20, 2024

Hi @JSnyder and welcome to the community!

Unfortunately, that is not possible natively.  You could create custom fields to capture the last updater and when they updated it.  Then use automation to populate the fields. The pro is that you can also control the business logic of what constitutes an update. 

However, I'd be cautious of this approach because the "Issue Updated" trigger is the most noisy of all and could put you at risk of hitting rule limits. There are also marketplace apps that can help with this.

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