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Community content reports included in community profile

The community profile for organization-owned repositories now includes whether or not repository admins accept reports of disruptive content from collaborators and prior contributors.

For more information see managing reported content in your organization's repository.

You can now create workflow templates, making it easier to promote best practices and consistency across your organization.

  • Workflow templates are defined in a .github repository, enabling you to leverage all the power of GitHub’s collaborative capabilities and providing full auditability
  • You can optionally define rules for which repositories are a best fit for the templates

Learn more about workflow templates

For questions please visit the GitHub Actions community forum

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GitHub for mobile 1.2 adds more details to diffs, renders markdown files, and lets you mark files as viewed as you’re reviewing them.

The top features include:

  • Improved pull request review experience, with support for marking files as viewed, collapsing files, deleted files, and more
  • Markdown, image, and PDF files now render if you click on them while browsing code
  • Typing new comments is now smoother than ever, with no jumping or flickering
  • Labels, user statuses, and commit messages that used emoji shortcodes now properly render emojis
  • Organization badges on user profiles link to the mentioned organization
  • You can view multiple author avatars for commits on pull request timelines
  • New fork badge on repository profile that links to the parent repository
  • New “Metaphorical Technology” custom app icon!
  • New support for iPad pointer effects
  • Fixed an iPad bug where keyboard dismisses while typing a review
  • Fixed voice-over bugs in the inbox filter view

Learn more about GitHub for mobile

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