On my organizations github account, when I try to open a new draft pull request (recently released), I'm not given any other option than the normal pull request button. But when I try the same thing on my personal github repos, I am given that option for the draft pull request. So, I'm wondering if it's something that needs to be enabled on my organizations settings somewhere? Or maybe it's not available on our Github plan? Thanks.
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Happening in my organisation repos too.. my personal private repos do have the option.
Really wanted to use this today to present a technical investigation
I was able to create a draft several hours ago, but now I can't create neither mark existing ones as ready for review. Seems it's no longer included in private repo with GitHub Free? WHY CANNOT I MARK IT AS READY FOR REVIEW? I'M BLOCKED BY THIS!
Hi, @mdwagner and everyone else who is having trouble figuring out when this feature is available. Thanks for hanging in there, I appreciate your patience.
Draft pull requests are available in public repositories with GitHub Free and GitHub Pro, and in public and private repositories with GitHub Team, GitHub Enterprise Cloud, and GitHub Enterprise Server. If you are not seeing this feature, it is probably because the repository that you're working in does not meet that criteria. If you believe that your repository does meet these criteria and you're still not seeing the feature, please contact GitHub Support directly so that we can investigate.
Thanks for the response!
We have Github Gold, so I'm assuming since that's not in the list, it's not supported. Is there any chance it will be added in the future?