When someone tags a person, it's showing as "[~accountid:5c8fd07816653d2d0f0253ba] [~accountid:5b994a6e7c582d2b86e27a92] "
This only occurs to two users tagging others in the comments. When I do it myself, it shows the tagged users properly.
I haven't been able to find anyone with the same issue in forums.
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Due to GDPR, usernames are being removed from our products. It was first removed from site administration and now it's being applied to the rest of the instance.
Once you save the comment it will show their full name, but when @mention them, it will show their ID.
You can find more details about these changes in the documentation below:
- Say goodbye to usernames in Atlassian Cloud
- Changes to usernames in Jira Cloud
If you are using the old view on a classic project and the userid is showing after saving the comment, please check the field renderer by going to Project settings > Fields > > Comment > > Renderers > Wiki Style Renderer > Update.
Just to make sure we are on the same page, can you please let us know if this issue is happening on the new or old view?
If it's happening on the old view, you need to follow the steps of my previous answer to make sure the renderer of the field is Wiki Style and not text.
Does it take some time for the update to happen? Or is this instance.
After trying the suggested fix above to change the render = Wiki Style Renderer for the comment field configuration.
It does not appear to instantly resolve the issue.
Still seeing accountid following the name when initially typing in the "@" mention into the comment field.
Thank you for reaching out to Community!
The change will only take effect when you post the comment with the mention. It's expected that when you select the user it shows the accountID, but once you post the comment it will show correctly.
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