When I create an issue, the create issue screen shows me the last issue type I used by default. If I recently created a 'Story' the issue type will default to 'Story'. If I recently created a 'Design Story' the issue type will default to 'Design Story'.
When my colleague creates an issue, his create issue screen always defaults to the same issue type 'Design Story'.
We are using the same project. As far as I know you cannot configure default issue types per project/user so I am unsure why he sees the same one every time.
What do you think?
By default, JIRA Administrators have the ability to change the default issue type displayed on the Create Issue screen with reference to the How to change the default issue type displayed at the Create Issue screen. KB.
Once a user has created an issue in a project in the current session, JIRA retains the issue type from the previous issue any time the user creates a new issue in the same project. This is intended to make it easier for users to quickly create issues, such as when a software developer is creating a number of stories for a sprint or a QA engineer is filing bugs.
Since the behavior that you are experiencing on your end differs from your colleague, I would like to understand if it stems from the environment itself.
Looking forward to hear from you soon.
Hello @william , '
Thanks for the reply.
Following automation , its create a task issue type even if you choose to create epic.
that's is not the intended behavior
What user wants is when the click on create button , For all the user it should load as task type by default , if they wish they can change the issue type too.
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