I’m always careful to check my GitHub notification multiple times during the day, both in the browser and via email, so I don’t miss out anything that’s happening.
For some reason, I never get notified when someone creates a pull request in one of my repositories, so I end up discovering these PRs after months for repositories which are not very active — I have over 100 repositories, so I can’t possibly manually check all of them.
I looked into my GH account settings for Notifications, and everything is checked except for vulnerabilities reports. I don’t see a specific entry for pull requests, but I’m assuming these fall under the general rule of repositories that I’m following (since I’ve created them I implicitly follow them, right?).
Because I regularly receive an email for every notification that I see in the browser, I exclude that the problem is related to SPAM filters — it’s just that I never seem to get an email for pull requests.
Am I doing something wrong? missed out some settings? or is it just that GitHub doesn’t notify about pull requests in one’s own repositories?
Thanks for the support!