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is there the possibility to add in the "list view" of JIRA tickets the column to see the name of the last user who wrote a comment? if yes, what is the correct field to select in the list columns?
Here, there is the possibility to choose the columns:
These are my list view of the columns selected:
please, can you help me?
thank you so much for your cooperations,
Unfortunately, the name of the last user who wrote a comment doesn't exist like a field. But you can use our addon Issue History to view all changes made with issues, including the history of adding comments.
To get this data you need to choose comment field at the column manager.
You can also select a list of issues with comments written by the specific user you are interested in.
All the columns in the navigator are fields (or things Jira exposes as though they are a field).
"The person who last commented" is not a field that Jira has off-the-shelf, so you'll need something that can do that. I'd use a scripted field to extract and show it.
You will need one of the apps that provides scripted fields, plus a script to read the last comment's data for the author. You'll need admin rights to create the field and script.