A cool workaround I found for pulling relatively smaller lists of tickets that a user updated (such as commented on):
Add an Activity Stream gadget to a dashboard - and then click Edit in upper right. Add a Global Filter:
"Username" "is" "(username)"
I installed the following free add-on: "Script Runner"
Then, you can use the following query
issueFunction in commented("by username")
as described in the documentation: https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Scripted+JQL+Functions#ScriptedJQLFunctions-commented(commentquery)
As a workaround, you can use a dashboard:
1 open Dashboard
2 Add Gadget Activitiy Stream
3 Add a global filter: Project is XY
4 Add a global filter: User is (username)
5 Below the Global Filter, klick JIRA - Add Filter: Activity is Comment
6 Set "limit to 99 items"
You now have the comments as an activity stream.
You can use JIRA Comment Toolbox plugin.
You can find the list of the issues which is commented by current user , selected user, group member and role member and you can limit this search with comment date or last comment.
If you need any custom JQL for comments you can also contact with us, mailto:email@example.com.
This might help someone find all issues with comments across multiple users, though you have to go to each detail to see them.
Use this JQL advanced filter for the All Issues list: comment !~ "junktext"
This returned all the issues that have comments because they do not contain "junktext".
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