{
  "body_markdown": "A *message* to you *@Lily Nienow*",
  "created_at": "2017-08-25T16:11:40.203Z",
  "file_attachments_count": 2,
  "user_id": 7,
  "uuid": "da040c2a-289b-46f7-88d1-86b16462de3e"
}

Attribute

Type or Potential Values

Notes

body_markdown

Text

Bugcrowd supports Github flavored markdown.

created_at

DateTime

file_attachments_count

Integer

Number of file attachments on the Comment.

user_id

Integer

uuid

UUID

Comment types

A submission comment can be one of two different types:

  * note
  * tester_message

A note is viewable only to crowdcontrol users that have a relevant bounty or organization role, whereas a tester_message is viewable by both crowdcontrol users and researchers.

If you would like to communicate private information to the Bugcrowd ASE team, or to an internal analyst on your company's security team, create a note. If you have any questions or information to relay to the researcher who submitted the vulnerability, create a tester_message.

Formatting

Comments are written in markdown. Bugcrowd supports Github flavored markdown, with some exceptions as listed in the parameters section below.

Mentioning other users

You can mention team members in a note and they will be notified of the mention. Use the following format in the comment body:

"Hi [[email protected]], I am mentioning you in a note!"