How the Grafana Alerting team scales their issue management with GitHub Projects
Hear from Grafana Labs' Armand Grillet about how his team uses GitHub Projects.
Review requests are a great way to ask for review on software, and with the addition of team requests you can get the feedback you need faster. To make it…
Review requests are a great way to ask for review on software, and with the addition of team requests you can get the feedback you need faster.
To make it easier to find pull requests that need your review, you can now see them all alongside any team you’re a member of just by using the
review-requested:nplasterer filter. If that’s not enough, and you’d like to search for team requests directly you can also use a team search:
team-review-requested:github/octocats. This change will also be updating what displays in your global Review Request tab.
||Returns pull requests that have not been reviewed|
||Returns pull requests that have not been reviewed but have a protected branch|
||Returns approved pull requests|
||Returns pull requests that have requested changes|
||Returns pull requests that have been reviewed by the specified user|
||Now returns pull requests that have direct requests and team requests|
||Returns pull requests with requests for the specified team|
We hope this new search filter helps you organize your work and review code more efficiently! Check out the documentation to learn more, or drop any questions, comments, or feedback into our help form.