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In a previous post, we covered how to use "calculated custom fields" to display information not available by default in JIRA. See my post about how to Improve JIRA dashboards by showing the last issue comment. I hope you've been exploring all the possibilities offered by wonderful (and free!) Kepler Custom Fields plugin. Today I want to bring forth an important detail when using these custom fields.

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In my previous post, Unleash the real power of JIRA with SIL, the Simple Issue Language, I explained why I loved SIL so much and provided a few examples as well. Today, we'll get you started with SIL by explaining how to install the JJupin and showing you all the functionalities provided by the plugin.

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I'm starting a series of article on the Simple Issue Language, a.k.a. SIL, which is a scripting language for JIRA that is developed by my good friends at Kepler Rominfo. SIL is available in several plugins, and it will completely change the way you use JIRA. Keep reading and I will show you how.

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A quick way to improve your Filter Results gadgets in JIRA dashboards or in the Issue Navigator is to include a column that shows the last comment. Today I will provide a SIL (Simple Issue Language) recipe to do just that. 

This recipe addresses a limitation of JIRA where it is not possible to show the last issue comment. This limitation is being tracked on Atlassian's public JIRA site with key JRA-2734.

Disclaimer: This recipe involves scripting, which is curretnly not possible with JIRA OnDemand. See Restricted Functions in Atlassian OnDemand for more info.

Another Disclaimer: You could also purchase the CCC Last Comment plugin, but why buy countless plugins when you can do a tons of great things with one or two plugins. Plus what I'm about to show you gives you much more flexibility.

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