Flag a pull request "waiting review (again)"

  1. I make a pull request.

  2. Someone requests changes.

  3. I make those changes.

How can I flag the pull request as “Review Required” again? It stays on “Changes Requested”, even though the changes have been made.

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When someone requests changes here is what appen with the pull request:

So you make change and if you have permission you can approve changes:

If you don’t have permission, you have to wait or ask to someone reviews.

hope i help.

Sounds useful, always looking to make my life easier managing a lot of open source repos. What we do at the sensu-plugins org that I have seen a lot of people do is manage this manually with a label of “Status: Awaiting Feedback” I have seen others also use “Feeback Requested” which is what we previously used before doing a whole new label strategy to help users and maintainers understand where an issue or pull request is in it’s lifecycle.

I think this has been implemented now: https://help.github.com/en/articles/about-pull-request-reviews

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