Learn about the basics of the CodeStream interface.
Here are descriptions of each menu item:
Account: View your profile. Includes various options for customizing the profile photo, email, username, and full name for your account.
Notifications: Manage how and what notifications you receive.
Integrations: Connect CodeStream to the issue and messaging providers you use.
Organization admin: Manage your organization settings. Also, export your data and delete your organization.
Switch organization: Use this if you're a member of more than one organization.
Feedback: Got feedback for us? Write a GitHub issue.
Help: Links to CodeStream documentation.
+ (Compose): Click to create a code comment or an issue.
Activity feed: The activity feed will let you know about new code comments/issues, as well as replies to existing ones.
My organization: See who is in your CodeStream organization, and invite new members.
Filter & search: The filter a search tools enable you to slice and dice your team’s collection of code comments and issues however you see fit.
The activity feed is the definitive place to find out about new comments and issues posted by your teammates or new replies to existing discussions. When you're not on the activity feed, you can always tell whether or not there's anything new by looking for a badge on the activity feed icon. A blue badge with a white dot means that there are new discussions or replies.
CodeStream's entry in your IDE's status bar also let's you know when there are new messages in the feed. A dot to the right of your username means there are new messages and a number means there are new mentions.
The filter at the top of the activity feed controls what you see in the feed.
Activity from everyone in my organization: See all of the activity from your organization. We only recommend this for small organizations.
Activity associated with code open in my IDE (default): See discussions related to code in the repositories you have open in your IDE.
Activity associated with code in selected folder: Use this option if your team is working within monorepos. See discussions related to code in the currently selected folder.
Regardless of your filter settings, you'll always be notified when you're @mentioned.
Our filter and search tools enable you to slice and dice your organization's collection of comments and issues however you see fit. By default, you'll get a view of any open issues assigned to you, followed by all open issues.
Use the filter and search tool to pick through your codestream organization and find a specific comment or issue:
Hover over any item in the list to get more details.
Benefit from our powerful predefined filters to make things easy.
Use our advanced search syntax to create your own searches and you can save them for future use via the bookmark icon at the right side of the search box.
Returns all open comments and issues.
Returns all resolved comments and issues.
Returns all issues.
Returns all comments.
commentfor the same results as the status and type filters above.
Returns all comments and issues authored by you (
@me) or any teammate (
Returns all comments and issues where you (
@me) or any teammate (
@username) have been mentioned in either the title or description.
Returns all issues assigned to you (
@me) or a teammate (
Returns all comments and issues with a specific tag. Use quotes around multi-word tags (for example,
tag:"api server"). You can combine multiple tags to create an AND query. For example,
tag:blue tag:greenwill return items that have both blue and green tags.
Returns all comments and issues that have no tags.
Returns all comments and issues created against the specified branch.
Returns all comments and issues that include code with the specified commit ID.
Returns all comments and issues created against code in the specified repository.
Returns all comments and issues created today.
Returns all comments and issues created yesterday.
Returns all comments and issues created on a specific date.
Returns all comments and issues created before a specific date.
Returns all comments and issues created after a specific date.
Returns all comments and issues updated on a specific date.
Returns all comments and issues updated before a specific date.
Returns all comments and issues updated after a specific date.
Here's a table of CodeStream keyboard shortcuts for Windows/Linux, and macOS.
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