Pull Request Review Template

Hi @lanej and @ansspage,

Thanks for this feedback and the additional information! We’re always working to improve GitHub and the GitHub Community Forum, and we consider every suggestion we receive. I’ve logged your feature request in our internal feature request list. Though I can’t guarantee anything or share a timeline for this, I can tell you that it’s been shared with the appropriate teams for consideration.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks!

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Thanks! This would be so incredibly helpful because it happens in the workflow of the actual review!

I was looking for a feature like this too. I wanted to include the following in ‘Review summary’ input box whenever someone goes to review code:
Reviewer checklist

  • [] Read PR description
  • [] Read AC
  • [] Pulled branch, manually tested, verified AC are met
  • [] Reviewed the code
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Hi @melaniebrgr

Thanks for this feedback and the additional information! I will include this our internal feature request list. 

Though I can’t guarantee anything or share a timeline for this, I can tell you that it’s been shared with the appropriate teams for consideration.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Cheers!

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It would be a great workflow improvement to be able to specify a template for the Review Summary textbox. Right now my team and I have to copy/paste the checklist we use for PR reviews everytime we complete a review.

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Where can we follow the progress on this feature ? I’ll want to use it as soon as it’s available.

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There is not a public GitHub-owned feature request list at this time. However, to get the most up to date news on new features, I recommend subscribing to our changelog and/or blog. That’s where you’ll get the most immediate news if and when new features are available.

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I’d like to make a template with a checklist that appears when one starts a PR review.

I was considering using a GitHub action when I came across https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-pull-request-template-for-your-repository/ and wondered whether the analog existed for PR reviews.

+1 for this feature.

Would love to be able to specify steps for reviewing PRs

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+1 for this feature

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Maybe also some updates over if this is even being considered, if the team have some concerns or comments about this request, or if it’s just in a backlog and may be taken at some uncertain point when higher priority things are solved… just to have some expectation on how it is going.

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This would be extremely helpful feature - where can we find the status of this request?

This would be super helpful.

+1 for this feature

+1 for this feature!!

We need it!!!

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+1 on this feature request

+1000 for this feature

In the html console for My array with a focus on one element input to bubble all other array results that are empty and have to be calculated, as array value corresponding strings of text based on calculations of a corresponding string as text sole input. I put a new element.value = My new input element.value:

function GenerateAnswers(); { flower.value=“1234567FunandYes8910FunAgain”; [flower, Rollercoasters, Playstation, Marvel, Trophy]; Rollercoasters; }

(I pressed enter for the console to only display rollercoasters.value and only got an undefined or “” instead of specific string text answer I wanted, then I did a small change and all I got was “”. The rest of the HTML elements are readonly textfields that are empty regarding string text. I want to fill the entire array with the computed answers with just the one input to the array element using the html console. How do I result the HTML array with input in each of the array elements individually just using the HTML console?

Thank You

How do I make an html browser console calculate one user input to fill entire the array with formatted strings as text, using single different inputs and different full array answers every time?

Thank You

@tansaku wrote:

+1000, for this feature

Indeed this is very good feature. Lovin it

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Why can’t we get some sort of Q2/Q3/Q4 projection on this?