As I tested in my public repo, if I clicked the ```new pull request``` button in code page, it will jump to a url like https://github.com/debuggy/xxx/compare?expand=1 and showed the draft pull request option.
If I clicked the ```New pull request``` button in pull request page, it will jump to a url like https://github.com/debuggy/xxx/compare and did not show the draft PR option.
It bothered me for a time to figure out the difference. And maybe it should be unified as the same experience?
Thanks for letting us know about that difference in experience. I've passed that information on to the product team.
There has been no changes to the access of that feature that I know of lately. Is the Draft Pull Requests feature missing on a repository that you used to have it on? Did the status of that repository change? Draft pull requests are only available in public repositories with GitHub Free, GitHub Pro, and legacy per-repository billing plans, and in public and private repositories with GitHub Team and GitHub Enterprise Cloud.
We had it enabled on all of our repositories for awhile, but now none of them have it. Pull requests that were draft before still have it, but we can't make new ones anymore.
Hi @mdwagner, do your repositories meet the criteria of being public repositories with GitHub Free, GitHub Pro, and legacy per-repository billing plans, or public and private repositories with GitHub Team and GitHub Enterprise Cloud? If they currently do, you will need to contact GitHub Support directly so that we can do some more in-depth troubleshooting.
Our team recently lost the ability to draft pull requests on a repository that supported it previously. I'm told we're on the legacy "Platinum" plan.