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    Versions available for JIRA Server 3.13.1 - 7.0.11
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    This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

    Displays part or all of an issue's most recent comment in Issue Navigator or Confluence + export w/o HTML tags

    Displays part or all of an issue's most recent comment in Issue Navigator or Confluence + export w/o HTML tags

    Direct & clear visibility of the last comment

    View (last) comments in JIRA's Issue Navigator

    Search in the issue's most recent Comment

    Provides ability to displays part or all of the most recent issue comment in a field at the top of the issue. Avoid scrolling - all the way - to the bottom. Now with last comment searching and Data Center Support!

    View the last comment your way - browsing issues, viewing Issue Navigator reports, or exporting. Plugin Defaults: Browse: Wiki, Issue Navigator: Wiki, Excel Export: Plain (no HTML). To change manage the plugin and config

    Now with CCC Last Comment you can search in the issue's most recent comment with user, display name, group and role!

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    CCC is very happy to release Last Comment v4.0.4 with JIRA compatibility for 7.2.x

    * This release resolves the formatting problems introduced by JIRA 7.1.1

    Welcome to the latest release of CCC Last Comment providing targeted search capability for the most recent comment.


    NOTE: please view our '

    How it Works

    ' page for CCC Last Coment to view known limitations (or the



    Feature List

    • search the last comment author's username and display name
    • search the last comment author's project roles
    • search the last comment author's groups
    • search the last comment's created date
    • Control amount of displayed comment
    • Display the comment as text or as rendered HTML when browsing or exporting to Excel/CSV
    • Toggle display of author and timestamp
    • Workflow option to add a comment after a successful workflow transition
    • Display the recent comment in Confluence

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    by Eimear Larkin on 2016-09-09
    Hi, This plugin is great! Any plans to make it compatible wiht JIRA 7.2+? Thanks, Eimear
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    by german.rodriguez on 2014-10-16
    Hi, My company is currently evaluating the possibility of installing this add-on in our JIRA instance, but my manager wants to know if there are plans to include your add-on as part of a future JIRA release, or if it will continue to be a third-party feature with a commercial license. Thanks!
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    We have not been informed of any plans to include our add-on in JIRA.
    by Mauro Cendon on 2014-07-22
    Hi! Why 3.0.3 version became commercial? When i visited the version history (13/07/14) it was free
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    by emmanuel derosier on 2014-06-30
    Hi, Just to be sure before to buy this pluggin : I'm looking for a way to be advertised when a ticket is commented out by our customer (customer = everybody but members of my team). => Would it be possible with this pluggin to create custome search on tickets where the last comment is not from team member A, B or C. If no, is there a pluggin to do so? Best regards.
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    Hey Emmanuel - our v3.1.6 release, compatible with JIRA 6.0 through 6.3.1 provides search functionality which targets the most recent, or last comment, on an issue. Currently available options are searching by user, display name, group, and role via free text search. You can read more about it on our 'How it Works' page. (https://capitalplugins.atlassian.net/wiki/display/LCCF/How+it+Works)
    by Gregory Hicks on 2013-08-12
    Is it possible to filter this plugin to search a single JIRA group? Say I have a group called Last Comment and I only want to see comments from this group, can I setup the custom field to only search for comments made by this group?
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    Gregory - We've recently added targeted search functionality to the Last Comment plugin - these new features (our v3.2.9 release resolved the major lingering bugs) allow any user to create a filter based on issue comment meta-data. For example you can create a filter to pull every issue where the comment author is a member of group 'Dev Team 6' as follows: (advanced search) issuekey in lastCommentGroup("Dev Team 6"). You can read more about it on our 'How it Works' page. (https://capitalplugins.atlassian.net/wiki/display/LCCF/How+it+Works)


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    Version 4.0.4 JIRA Server 7.1.0 - 7.2.3 Released 2016-09-22


    Last Comment v4.0.4 Release (Bugfix & JIRA Compatibility)


    The v4.0.4 release of Last Comment:

    This release contains several major bug fixes along with compatibility with JIRA 7.2.x

    All issues raised about HTML characters appearing in the Last Comment field (that weren't in the comment) are resolved with this release.

    For more information please view the Marketplace Release issue located here


    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate CCC Last Comment via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for CCC Last Comment. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. CCC Last Comment begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older CCC Last Comment versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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