- I have 50 responses to read… where am I up to?
Suggestion: Show an indicator on this page
- When a new response comes afterwards… how do I know I have a new one to read?
Suggestion: Have a read/unread like email
- When a response requires a comment from me … how do I do that?
Suggestion: Have a comments with an @mention just like Teams and Azure DevOps. Eg. https://rules.ssw.com.au/mention-when-you-make-a-pull-request-or-comment-on-github
Can Microsoft Teams show our calls in the chat window… like Skype does?
Of course, maybe it only annoys me… so if there is more logic to this usability, I love to understand.
This project is empty other than a few commits.
I think the UI should:
#1 Let me know what stuff is empty
#2 Guide me to any new stuff. In this case since I I have not opened the commits, I would like a red dot (like WeChat – the most popular app in China).
I have a new project, I am a new user, I have not entered a comment.
I open this combo and nothing happens when I click on any of these 3 options.
It is weird for it to do nothing upon any selection.
Can you change it to show numbers like:
- All comments (0)
- Active (0)
- Hide (0)
Even better – replace the 3 choices with the text: “Put your 1st comment on the code”
Dear Product Planners,
I want to add a comment “You need to do smaller check-ins”… where do people put that today?
I’d like to see it on this commits right click menu.
I’d love to know why I can *not* comment at the Commit level.
I should be able to say “Where is the xxx file?” – basically a general comment on the overall commit. I can comment on each file, so why not on the commit?
A couple of projects were added today and I would love them to be sitting at the top. Alternatively, give me a sort combo (see red box)
And since I have not opened them, I would like a red dot (like WeChat – the most popular app in China).