New to Jira for your server - and an annoyance. Edited

When I click the JIRA shortcut in my browser it always defaulted to all issues.

I don't want to see all issues, just the open ones I need to work on. It's just me here. So I changed my shortcut url to end with: ?filter=allopenissues.

That works.

However, when I fix an issue, JIRA anoyingly does not refresh the view to clear that just finished issue. So I hit F5 to refresh JIRA. It then annoyingly defauts to ?filter=allissues again.

I can live with the lack of auto-refresh but the default to the clumbsy all issues view is going to wear on me. Can I make JIRA to default to Open Isues always and every time?

 

TIA

:Ron

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The last search you performed in JIRA "follows" you. This allows features such as paginating through tickets based on your last search (the up/down arrow).

You may have inadvertently bookmarked your shortcut with the filter included?

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