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For each Jira user in Jira instance, receive an email at the end of the month with a list of Epics in which you have taken any editable action on (comment, update, status change, etc) or an underlying story/task/subtask, etc.
Is this possible
What problem are you trying to solve by doing this? That is, "why" do this, and "how" would your teams act differently if they had this information now?
Knowing that may help the community to suggest solution approaches to what you ask. Thanks!
For a PMO request like that, it is unclear if any implementation will / will not solve their actual need.
With built in functions, that could be done brute-force with the updatedBy() function for JQL: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/jql-functions/#updatedBy--
Unfortunately that would require a query for each user in your instance, and then the use of marketplace addons for the join queries to get at the relevant epics.
You may want to check the Atlassian Marketplace to learn if there are activity reporting tools like this.