CodeStream’s code reviews take all of the friction out of both requesting a review and performing a review, with the hope that you’ll do them frequently during the course of the development cycle.Leare more
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.
Gain insight into what your teammates are working on.Learn more
Link directly to blocks of code from your wiki, Github, a Jira ticket or anywhere you'd like to reference and link directly to some code. For codemarks shared to Slack or Microsoft Teams, you'll be able to open the codemark in your IDE directly from those posts, open the codemark on the web, or open the code on GitHub (and other VCS systems).Learn More
Display merged Pull Request comments in your editor as annotations on the current version of your file. By integrating comments from GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab with CodeStream’s native codemarks in a single view, developers will gain deeper insight into why decisions were made, and get answers faster to questions about code they are working on.Learn More
Many discussions about code involve more than just one block of code, and concepts are often best presented when you can refer to multiple code locations at once. For these situations simply attach at codemark to multiple ranges.
CodeStream makes it easy to discuss code with your team by embedding real-time discussions into your favorite IDE.
Connect GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, YouTrack, Asana, Microsoft Teams and Slack to your CodeStream account, and bring all of your fragmented code discussions into one unified view, where it belongs, in your editor.
Don't wait for code review. Create Trello cards at any time directly from your IDE.How to Install
On a discussion by discussion basis you can decide to share out to a Slack channel. Teammates can participate from Slack or click on a link from Slack to go directly to the discussed block of code in their IDE.
Add a Jira ticket directly from your IDE, and it will be permanently linked to -and from- the code block it references.How to Install
View Merge Request comments and add GitLab issues directly from your IDE.How to Install
View PR Comments and add Bitbucket issues directly from your IDE.How to Install
View PR comments and add GitHub issues directly from your IDEHow to Install
Learn the strategies and secrets of how high-performing teams at MIcrosoft and Google overcome the common pain points of code reviews with leading code review expert Dr. Michaela Greiler.Full Agenda
One of our first teaser videos just meant to give a taste of our code review functionality.Learn More
Codemarks, discussions about code linked directly to your codebase, seriously rock. Here's our first music video celebrating how much.See for Yourself
2019 was a great year for Team CodeStream. Check out this year-in-review originally produced for our entertaining Instagram account.Team CodeStream on Instagram
Discussing code and collaborating can be difficult which is why it doesn't happen often enough, particularly with developers working remotely.
Schedule a personal demo with our product team and see how facilitating code discussion can boost your team's productivity and improve the quality of your code base.