After the sync process is finished you can use the following available custom fields. They can be used in JQL queries, within an issue search as a column or on any screen you see fit.

  1. comment count 
    The amount of comments an issue has

  2. internal comment count
    This is a JSM specific field and holds the amount of comments marked as internal within an issue

  3. public comment count
    This is a JSM specific field and holds the amount of comments marked as public within an issue

  4. last comment 
    The last comment of an issue as text. (maximum 255 characters)

  5. last commenter 
    The display name of the user posting the last comment

  6. last comment date
    The date of the last comment. This field is comparable in JQL to other date fields within Jira

  7. last commenter is assignee 
    Is set to 'true' if the last commenter is also the assignee

  8. last commenter is reporter 
    Is set to 'true' if the last commenter is also the reporter

  9. last commenter is creator 
    Is set to 'true' if the last commenter is also the creator of the issue

  10. first comment 
    The first comment of an issue as text. (maximum 255 characters)

  11. first commenter 
    The display name of the user posting the first comment

  12. first comment date
    The date of the first comment. This field is comparable in JQL to other date fields within Jira

  13. first commenter is assignee 
    Is set to 'true' if the first commenter is also the assignee

  14. first commenter is reporter 
    Is set to 'true' if the first commenter is also the reporter

  15. first commenter is creator
    Is set to 'true' if the first commenter is also the creator