Next time, set the Preferences to add tag in import. After importing, Organize the Tags to move the new Tag to the top of the Priorities and change the Color to something other than Black.
At that point, the new Records will be easily visible in the list views. (You can clear the Tags manually editting each record or just delete the entire Tag.)
What you’re probably seeing is the View re-sorting the ‘just edited’ active record and the focus of the view scrolling to keep that active record visible.
That behavior used to drive me crazy when I would clean a list for some criteria. The list would always be sorted on that criteria I was cleaning.
I came up with 2 workarounds.
First, the View could become VERY sluggish if the filter was complex. For that case, I’d add a Temporary Tag to the results after applying the Filter. Then switch the Filter to that Temporary Tag instead of the Processing intensive complex filter. So long as the Sort column isn’t the column being edited, the view won’t scroll upon committing a change.
Or, I started selecting the next record in the list before clicking the OK button in the Edit record dialog. That way the edited record could move without dragging the active record focus along with it & scrolling the View.
But when I wrote an enhancement request, a developer pointed out that I could use the Move to previous item in history keybinding or Toolbar icon. That moves the focus back up.