How can I find ticket that wasnt update or comment by specific 6 users ?

I want to find all the open issues that my team (6 users) want update in the last 24 hours.

How can I do it with JQL ?



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You can achieve that with JQL by using JJUPIN plugin. For that you need to create a SIL script:

string [] keys = selectIssues("project = " + argv[0]);
string [] ret;
for(string k in keys) {
boolean updatedByUsersInGroup = false;
JFieldChange [] changes = lastIssueChanges(k);
for(number i = 0; i < size(changes); i++) {
if(userInGroup(argv[1], changes[i].user) && (currentDate() - changes[i].#{date} < "24h")) {
updatedByUsersInGroup = true;
if(!updatedByUsersInGroup) {
ret += k;
return ret;

After you created the file, you can use in search like below:

key in silJQLList("notUpdatedByUsersInGroup.sil", TEST, jira-developers)

Where "notUpdatedByUsersInGroup.sil" is the name of the SIL script, TEST  is the name of the project and jira-developers is the name of the group.

You can find more JQL searches here: arch

Also, you can read more about SIL Routines here:

Best Regards,


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