Filter to hide team review requests

Hello!

In our organisation we add teams automatically to PRs in a way someone from those teams HAVE to approve in order to merge the PR.
The problem is being part of those teams. Every single PR gets into the notifications, which makes it almost unusable.
I’d like to be able to hide team review requests but still show reviews when they add me specifically. Almost the same as the team mentions, but for reviews.

Cheers!

Hey there @acroca, and welcome to the GitHub Support Community! :sunglasses:

There are a number of qualifiers for filtering pull requests based on their review status, including one for teams requested for review:

team-review-requested:TEAMNAME

You can prefix that search qualifier with a dash to exclude all results that are matched by that qualifier:

-team-review-requested:TEAMNAME

Does that help with what you’re looking to do? :thought_balloon:

Hi Francis, Thank you for the answer.

My issue is with the notifications list, it gets really noisy and I can’t find a way to filter out those.

Ah––thanks for clarifying that! For https://github.com/notifications, there are a number of supported reason: queries as a part of the custom filters feature. After reviewing that guide, I can confirm there isn’t a way to hide team review requests specifically, but I can definitely see how that would be helpful.

Our product team is keen on hearing from the community. In addition to what you’ve shared here, you’re also welcome to share with them directly by submitting a request through our official product feedback form for tracking. That’s the best place to share requests like these in consideration for future iterations of GitHub features. If you’re interested in what our team is working on next, we recommend checking out our GitHub Roadmap FAQs to learn more.

Thanks Francis, I sent the request.

I’m still looking at this issue and found I’m not alone: Required CODEOWNER pull requests and notifications