How can we improve Jupyter Notebooks in the IBM | Data Scientist Workbench?

Jupyter notebooks go missing mysteriously

I have recently noticed that when I open the DS Workbench to go to Juypter, my notebooks are missing. It sometimes shows only 1 of workbooks, other times, it shows Untitles1.pnyb

In the attached screenshot, please observe that all my worksbooks that I worked on for my deep learning class are missing. Please fix asap.

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    Arvinder ChopraArvinder Chopra shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Leons PetrazickisAdminLeons Petrazickis (Platform Architect, IBM | Data Scientist Workbench) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        You can also access all of your notebook by clicking on My Data in the navigation bar and then opening any of your *.ipynb Jupyter notebooks through My Data.

        Regarding your later comment, it sounds like you may have a configuration issue. You can force a reset to a good workbench configuration by explicitly logging out of your DSWB account and then logging in again.

      • Rav AhujaAdminRav Ahuja (Product Manager, IBM | Data Scientist Workbench) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Andy, missing notebooks issue was fixed, in a recent update. In order to upgrade your Jupyter to the latest level - logout, and then log back in again. you will see Jupyter will be starting and within a couple of minutes you should see a prompt informing you of the update being available ... scroll down and click on update now button.

        If you have already upgraded your Jupyter notebooks, sometimes notebooks may not be visible right away but if you wait a couple of minutes and go back into Jupyter again you should see them.

        If you still don't see them, please open a ticket and we will help resolve the issues impacting your particular workbench.

      • Arvinder ChopraArvinder Chopra commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I forgot to mention that along with disappearance of my notebooks, It shows random notebooks that I did not work on (please refer to the attached screenshot)

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