How can I tell who updated a release?

Last week all existing releases in my Jira Software project were updated.  How can I tell who (or what) did it?

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Daniel Eads Community Champion Oct 10, 2017

Hi Karl,

Try taking a look at the Audit Log in administration. Changes to versions (like releases/unreleases) should be tracked in the audit log. It'll tell you who and when took actions against an object. You can read more about the Audit Log here.

Cheers,
Daniel

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