IMPORTANT: If you are a current CodeStream user that originally signed up using your Slack or Microsoft Teams credentials, a migration package will be released in the near future. We will notify you when it’s ready.
Discover new codemarks, and new replies to codemarks, in a single activity feed. No need to jump from channel to channel to see the latest updates. You can also easily hone in on just codemarks where you’ve been mentioned. Learn More on the wiki.
On a codemark by codemark basis you can decide to share out to a Slack channel, a Microsoft Teams channel, or not at all. Share at the time you create the codemark, or anytime thereafter. Sharing out to your messaging platform, where appropriate, allows you to reach people who don’t spend time in an IDE, happen to be mobile at the time, etc. You can also set a default channel on a repo by repo basis.
CodeStream offers notifications to let you know when there are new codemarks or replies to codemarks. You’ll receive a notification for codemarks that you “follow”, and you can specify which codemarks you follow automatically. By default, you are set to automatically follow any codemark that you created, any codemark where you’ve been mentioned (either in the codemark itself or in a subsequent reply), or any codemark to which you’ve replied. You can always elect to follow/unfollow any individual codemark via the ellipses menu for the codemark. Learn more on the wiki.
If you have any questions or valuable feedback about the Activity Feed, Slack integration, Notifications, or the other enhancements highlighted above under “What’s new”, please let us know @teamcodestream or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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