GitHub had a nice recent activities with all info on the ongoing conversations you were participating. Recently this was removed for a only 4 last activities - and it also doesn’t give “at glance” information on the conversations. This is nonsense. Is there a way to configure to get the previous behavior that listed everything recent in the last days?
The new behavior makes really hard to track everything I am involved since it’s usually more than 4 things. It also doesn’t give me a sneak peek of what’s going on.
I hate notifications, they give me anxiety, with the previous activities I was in control of the information I take.
Also, the all activity in the timeline doesn’t really show all activity - it doesn’t even show when someone mentions me in an issue or release, or activity in an issue I created or am assigned to.
Previous behavior was more akin of a minimalist dashboard I could look and have an idea of what was going on, which is much better behavior than spamming notifications since when I am coding I don’t want interruptions, and when I am browsing GitHub to solve a task I don’t want to get interrupted with a different issue, otherwise nothing gets done.