The PR resolution report helps review closed PRs for key health indicators to support healthy work patterns and identify outliers. Use PR resolution to filter for outliers. Use the distribution charts to identify the root cause of outliers in productivity. Additionally, you can view the time elapsed to close trends and first comment trends for PRs.
With PR resolution, team leads, managers, and executives can:
Understand a team's PR activity trends and use these patterns to support work trends.
Identify normal patterns and outliers in code review process.
Track progress against collaboration targets.
Review closed PR's to spot teams’ trends.
Time to close pull request
This report shows all pull requests closed during the selected period. The x-axis shows when it was closed. The y-axis shows how long it took to close. Use this report to view your team’s patterns in your team's PR resolution practices. You can also use it to manage the team’s productivity trends against targets as a whole.
Use the Time to close chart to filter for outliers. This helps you see if your team is meeting their targets. For example, if your team’s time to close is higher than your target, then you want to see those trends going down. Review this chart weekly or biweekly to ensure those trends are improving.
If your Time to close is really good, you can use this report to look into times where Time to close is really high. This helps you identify issues that caused outliers.
This section shows key metrics on PRs closed during the selected period. Use these graphs to identify outliers and manage the root causes of productivity variation.
The graph shows the median time to close, the target time to close, and the max time to close. You can use this to gauge how your team is performing. You can also select a column and view the details of those PR metrics. For example, if your max is 75 hours, then you might want to dig into the PRs that took longer and see where your team can improve.
To view PR details, click on a column you want to view. At the bottom, you can see the specific PRs and participant details. From there, you can click on the PR to view details.
In the Participants tab, you can see the engineers who contributed to the PR and get a quick look at their contributions.
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