New Relic CodeStream provides several tools for managing the teammates in your organization, whether they have accounts with New Relic or not.
In the header, click the My Organization menu button to manage your organization, invite people, and assign or remove admin privileges.
Use the My Organization menu to see who's in your New Relic CodeStream organization, invite new members, and create blame maps.
Admins are identified in the teammates list. If you're an admin, use the dropdown to assign or remove admin privileges to any member.
Click Invite Teammates to invite new members to your organization, see outstanding invites, and suggested teammates.
- The outstanding invitations section lists all open invitations. The right side of each row has links to remove the invitation or to resend the invite.
- Click reinvite to send another invitation via email. You can also hover over the reinvite link for the option to generate an email yourself.
- The suggested teammates section, only available for admins, is a list of possible teammates derived from the commit history of your open repositories. At the right side of each row are links to remove the suggestion from the list or to invite the person.
Click Blame Map to add email addresses that you use for committing code that may be different from the email address you used to sign up for CodeStream. For example, your CodeStream email address might be firstname.lastname@example.org, but you might also commit code as
Click Add mapping, enter your Git email address, and then select your entry from the list of organization members. That way, when someone comments on code committed by email@example.com, CodeStream will know to at-mention you (such as,
While non-admins can only create blame maps for themselves, admins can create blame maps for any member of the organization. This is useful for reassigning code ownership when people leave the organization.
If you're an admin, use the Organization Admin menu under the headshot menu at the top of the CodeStream pane to change your organization's name, manage onboarding and feedback requests settings, export data, or delete your org.
Domain-based joining allows anyone with email addresses on the specified domains to join your CodeStream organization without being first invited. Not only does this make it very easy to get your teammates on board, but it ensures that they'll be part of your organization (as opposed to accidentally creating their own).
Admins can control how both feedback request assignments and approvals work for your organization.
Use the feedback request settings to fine tune your organization's feedback process.
By default, the person requesting feedback can decide how approvals work, but you can, instead, set a default behavior for all feedback requests for the organization.
- Any reviewer can approve: Anyone can approve the feedback request, regardless of how many reviewers are assigned.
- All reviewers must approve individually: Each assigned reviewer must individually approve the feedback request before it's considered approved.
You can also decide if and how CodeStream suggests reviewers. Round-robin will cycle through all developers in the organization. Random will randomly assign the feedback request to any developer in the organization. The Authorship options will suggest up to three reviewers based on the developers who wrote the lines of code impacted by the changes, as well as other developers who may have committed to the branch.
There's a lightweight export tool for getting your organization's discussions out of CodeStream.