Over the past month, we’ve continued to improve the GitHub Issues beta as we work hand-in-hand with our beta users to make GitHub the place that developers can plan, manage and track their work. Here are some of the recent ships:
Three new filtering options are now available:
- Find items that don’t match a query with
-. For example
- Find items that have null values with
no. For example
- Find items based on state with
is. For example
All of these new filtering options have type-ahead support in the filter bar and can be found in the command palette with
cmd+k (on MacOS) or
ctrl+k (on Windows/Linux).
You can now convert any draft issue in a project to an issue. Simply use the item menu or edit the assignee, labels, milestone or repository fields.
- Filtering is now possible over hidden fields.
- The scroll position is reset correctly when changing views.
- Hitting ‘enter’ on a cell keeps you in the same field and moves you to the row below.
- Fixed an issue with filtering against fields which contained emojis.
- Updates to dark mode colors.
- Adding a new item via ‘tab’ now focuses you on the second column in the table layout.
- The command palette now allows filtering across all fields.
- Fixed a bug where deleting a field being used for a sort or group by broke the view.
- Improved drag and drop to empty columns in the board layout.
- Draft issues are now included under the