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Cannot edit or delete a comment with JIRA iOS

Using JIRA iOS version 178, I found that I am unable to edit or delete a comment that I made in a issue ticket. I have to go to a computer to do this because it has two options that JIRA iOS don't have "delete" and "edit". Same goes for "work history". It would be nice to include these possibilities in a future JIRA iOS upgrade.

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Jack Brickey
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May 01, 2023

Hi @Jean Gagne , I tested with 177 and 178 without issue. 

I will check again. If necessary I will reply with a iPhone XR screen capture. Thanks for your reply.

I don't know what happened, but I saw three little dots on one of my comment and features like edit or delete were there. Maybe I was distracted and didn't notice them. I'm sorry for posting the issue as it seems it didn't exist. However, there was a JIRA iOS update yesterday.

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