Since 2016, organizations have been able to block users from their projects, preventing blocked users from opening or commenting on issues or pull requests and further disrupting otherwise constructive conversations around your code. If after
We have redesigned the two-factor authentication profile settings to make it easier to keep your account up to date. You will occasionally be prompted with a reminder to confirm your settings are correct to avoid
You can now use the profile dropdown, on any page, to quickly go straight to the “Your Repositories” tab within your user profile. For more information about your profile, see the documentation.
We’re introducing the github_app_authorization webhook event which will be delivered to your GitHub App whenever a user revokes their authorization. Learn more
If you have permission to push to a repository, you can now edit a README file from the repository root by clicking the pen icon to the right of the README’s file header. Learn more
The 2.14.1, 2.13.7, 2.12.15, and 2.11.21 releases for GitHub Enterprise are now available for download. View the full release notes: See Enterprise 2.14.1 release notes See Enterprise 2.13.7 release notes See Enterprise 2.12.15 release notes
Apps that you may have left in your cart will be saved to a “Pending orders” tab on GitHub Marketplace. In the “Pending orders” tab, you will be able to remove pending orders and continue
You’ve always been able to use ⌘ enter to start a review within the “Files Changed” tab of a pull request. Now you can use the ⌘ shift enter modifier to quickly leave a single
Sellers on GitHub Marketplace now have the ability to place purchase restrictions on certain plans by user type. Specifically, there will be certain plans on a listing that can only be purchased by organizations and
The release of GitHub for Visual Studio 2.5.4 includes the following enhancements: We now use GraphQL for pull request models provided by the Ocktokit.NET library, which has greatly improved the performance for listing Pull Requests.