I'm looking at a repo with 22 issues and half of them have open PRs. I'd like to filter the issues to see only the ones without open PRs so I know what I should work on next.
I can see if there's a PR associated with the issue once I click into it, but it would be much easier for me to be able to filter the issues view instead.
Is there any way to accomplish this now, or is it a new feature? I couldn't find a way to do this based on the filtering issues info I've read.
No, this isn't currently possible as far as I'm aware of. You could try to use a Project in which you put issues in the In Progress or Done column based on their status. That way you always know what's going on. Does that work for you? Also see: https://help.github.com/articles/about-project-boards/
It's OK, but then I could also manually add labels, too. It's just a shame because the issues and PRs are already linked, I just can't seem to filter by that.
Thanks for this feedback! We're always working to improve GitHub, 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.
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