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Field order in list is changing

Hello all,

every time after i set an order of my fields in jira work managements list view and another person joins this project or looks on the list for the first time, the fields are resetted to the default view.

Also the fields i checked and unchecked are set back to default. This is quiet annoying, cause people cant access/see the information from the fields i checked/enabled.

Any idea to solve this? Or is this a bug?



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John Funk Community Leader Jan 24, 2022

Hi Olli,

Rearranging the fields are only for the view of the person who is changing them. Every user must change the order of the fields for themselves. The developers are aware and have a more permanent solution in find, but I am not aware of the timeframe. 

Yeah but the order sets back to default, if other users join the project.

Like i said. The sort from me, for me is not saved sometimes.

John Funk Community Leader Jan 25, 2022

Yes, I think this is a bug they have. You should click on the Give feedback link on the lefthand side and let them know. 

Hi @Olli Lutz

just to add to John's answer - if you're open to solution from the Atlassian Marketplace, you may want to try JXL for Jira. It's a full-fledged table/spreadsheet view that comes with support for inline editing, quick sorting and filtering, and issue hierarchies - plus its configuration is, by default, shared across all team members.

Here's how it looks in action:

Configuring JXL to match your needs (shared across all users):


Operating on your issues once a JXL sheet is set up:


(Disclaimer: I work on JXL :))

Hope this helps,


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