How do I remove the default work sub-filter

How do I remove this as the default subfilter on project creation?  Work Sub-Filter: fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() OR fixVersion is EMPTYRemove Subfilter.png

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Only the Filter/Kanban Owner can Edit the saved Filter



I was able to edit the Work Sub-Filter by setting it to another valid query. In this case, I just used the same query as that set in the Saved Filter.

It seems like a bug to me that you can't readily remove it without putting in another valid query. I did not see a JIRA bug for this.

I am also looking for an answer to this - the two answers seem to address the Saved Filter, which is different from the sub-filter.  I do know how to edit the Saved Filter, did anyone answer your question about how to edit the sub-filter?

Oops, never mind.  As I am new to JIRA, I didn't realize that in order to expose edit functionality you needed to mouse over the fields.  Ok, so hovering my mouse over the field - not the label - will allow me to click an "edit" icon to edit.  I was able to delete it without replacing with any other query and remove the filter completely.


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