Review collaboration helps you identify reviewer and submitter activities in your code review process. This report helps you improve your team’s processes and collaboration to get PRs closed quickly. Review collaboration offers metrics to provide insights into how the well a team is working together and where they may need help.
Team leads, managers, and scrum masters can:
- View team collaboration and responsiveness trends and use them during retrospectives.
- Use metrics to address responsiveness and reaction time.
- Reduce wait time for feedback to improve flow efficiency.
- See where the team may need help in collaboration and time to close PRs.
View submitter and reviewer metrics
Review collaboration provides pull request data on team collaboration and responsiveness within the code review process. You can filter for specific PRs and filter for PRs with a status of open, merged, and closed. Use the submitter and reviewer metrics to see how well your team is collaborating in PR's.
How can I see who is reviewing submitted code?
Review collaboration maps submitter and reviewer engineers to show who is collaborating on PRs. You can see who is reviewing whose PR and gauge how your team is collaborating. For example, you might expect your senior engineers to do a lot of reviewing.
You can also gain insight into your team’s dynamics. For example, you might watch for people who continuously partner up and review each other's work without helping the rest of the team. You can use this data to open conversations and improve your team’s collaboration and knowledge sharing practices.
How can I view an individual’s collaboration data?
Click on a user’s name to view their individual collaboration data. See who is working well together and who might need a nudge to review someone’s code. Check if PR’s are being merged without review.
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