These issues are fixed in the Cortex XSOAR v6.9 release.
When viewing an incident, if you viewed the Incident/Case Info tab, switched to a different tab, and then returned to the Incident/Case Info tab, the incident name no longer appeared in the tab header.
In the Incidents I own tab, the incidents were not listed in order by incident ID.
After creating a new playbook, the list of playbooks was missing in the TASK LIBRARY in the Playbooks tab.
In the incidents table, when scrolling was required to see all entries, the last item was cut off.
If an SLA was marked as complete at the exact moment it was due, the SLA displayed as late in the incident.
In some cases, the playbook tree view was missing.
The CLI autocomplete text was hidden behind the incident's Summary View.
After the Deployment Wizard changed the assigned playbook for a default incident, you could not revert to the default playbook.
In some cases, when entering answer choices into a Data Collection task single select question, entering a new choice also overwrote the previous choice.
When users changed their Display timezone in User Preferences, the change did not take effect.
After the Deployment Wizard completed with default values (default Malware incident type and default Malware playbook), the default incident type for Malware Investigation and Response was detached.
If you created a new incident grid field containing a single select field, and originally deselected the Use first as default option, and then wanted to later select that option, the change did not save successfully.
When the system time configuration was set to a date format other than System locale, the next run time for jobs did not display correctly.
In the Fetched Data section of the Incidents Incoming Mapping Editor, you could not click on a value in the JSON to copy the value.
(Multi-tenant) If the server failed to start due to a port collision caused by the
host.communication.portbeing identical to the server's HTTPS port, the error message did not display the reason for the failure.