Go to the field selection setting, and you'll find there are three options - system, your settings and filter. Select filter, then choose all the columns you need. Rearrange them. Save the filter.
Users visiting your filter will now see those columns. They can change to their own settings if they want, or system, but your filter will present your settings to them first.
just a link to my filter. When the user navigate directly in JIRA to find my filter, he doesn't see the same columns on the list view.
actually the filter should be visible for all users. I can not understand the reason why another user can not see the same configuration of the filter with the same columns in the list view.
Other users can see all parts of the filter in the details view.
I had similar problem and seems finally solved. I wanted to set filter columns for other users and I don't have any columns settings option under the filter cog in list view or "Manage filters" options. When I clicked on "Filter" in the "Columns" search box nothing much actually happened. Also the button next to the filter name was only "Save as", not "Save" when I changed the columns.
Solution that worked for me:
- In filter list view go to "Columns" and switch from "My Default" to "Filters" (ignore that nothing really happened)
- change search criteria (for example in advanced mode I changed "order by" clause)
- hit "Save" button next to the filter name
(- if needed, change the search criteria back and save again)
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