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When a PR task is completed I can no longer tell what has changed easily. I wish I could do this through the main section (where the file differences are shown).
Some PR's that come to me sometimes generate more than 100 tasks, and I would like to be able to easily compare the "before and after" of them. I know there is a "link" at the tasks bar, which opens a modal, showing my comment and where it was made, but the visualization is no helpfull: I can only see the code as it WAS, not as it is NOW.
This makes it very difficult to know if what was done is correct, or if it is necessary to ask for a new adjustment. I need to manually find, in the main section, where my comment was (since it's gone).
Is there anything already done in this direction? Any functionality being tested?
I appreciate any help!
Hello @Théo Arena Pereira ,
Welcome to Atlassian Community!
Accordingly to your use-case description, I think the functionality you are looking for is being tracked through the following feature request :
This feature request includes the addition of resolvable pull request comments, where a reviewer could mark the comment as resolved after an update in the pull request.
I would suggest you to add your vote there, since this helps both developers and product managers to understand the interest. Also, make sure you add yourself as a watcher in case you want to receive first-hand updates from that ticket. Please note that all features are implemented with this policy in mind.
Thank you, @Théo Arena Pereira
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