Is there a way to show a list of previously executed JQL queries without having to save them as filters e.g. the last 10 queries that have been carried out.

Thanks,

Paul

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It's not as intuitive but you can just use your back button, providing you haven't let hysteresis creep in by navigating somewhere else inbetween your queries.

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This was a feature in JIRA and was removed due to some unknown reason. Vote up on the ticket to restore it ;)

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-30607

Will do. Thanks for your assistance Jobin.

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