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Default issue type is not working after 2nd login - Always we need default issue type as BUG

I have added a Default Issue Type[Bug] for my Project.

For the first time It worked fine.

And after "Bug" I have used another Issue type[Task]..

Then for the next time Default Issue Type is Not Working, It is taking the previous Used Issue type[Task]. 

Logged out and login still showing last used unlike BUG

I always want to show my Issue Type as "Bug".

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Hi @Ravi Gupta , I think it is documented behaviour:

This section describes it:

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.

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