JIRA homepage auto-redirects to JQL page

I had searched JIRA issues using JQL query. Now whenever I visit JIRA homepage, say jira.example.com, it automatically takes me to serach page jira.example.com/issues/?jql=text%20~%staging . How do I disable such auto-redirect? Why does JIRA remember earlier JQL search?

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Figured it out. It's 'My JIRA Home' setting under user tab (profile pic in right corner). 'My JIRA Home' was configured as 'Issue Naviagtor' and hence I was getting redirected to Issue Navigator page which remembers previous search.

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The search is remembered by user account, it's a convenience for them.

However, the jump from "homepage" to "search" is not being done by Jira - you've added javascript or html that redirects them. You'll need to remove that.

I don't think I have added any html or JS, but I will check it again. I am receiving HTTP 302 redirect.

Oh, well spotted, I keep forgetting you can do that!

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