CodeStream now allows you to easily create additional teams. Maybe you want a separate team for work on a side project or an open-source project you contribute to. Or maybe you work at an organization with multiple development teams and you need to create separate CodeStream teams for each of them in order to keep the activity feed relevant. Whatever the case, just look for the new “Create New Team” menu option.
Not sure if your organization needs multiple teams on CodeStream? Here’s some information to help you decide.
This release also updates our pull-request integrations with GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket. In addition to comments from merged-in PRs, CodeStream will now also display comments from open PRs if you are on either of the relevant branches. For example, if the open PR is a request to merge the feature/foo branch into master, you’ll see comments from that PR if you are checked out to either feature/foo or master, but not when you’re on any other branch.
See our GitLab Integration video for an example of how these integrations work.
As always, if you have any questions or feedback let us know @teamcodestream or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CodeStream helps development teams discuss, review and understand code. CodeStream links comments and issues directly to the code blocks they refer to, making them instantly available to everyone on the team.