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How to filter commits so that own commits are excluded?

I intend to create code reviews from the commit history. For this case it would make sense to filter the commits so that only those of other developers are shown since I do not intend to create reviews for my own code. Is that possible and if so, how?

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Mark A. Atlassian Team Jun 26, 2018

Hi Florian,

I would take a look at our page for adding content to a review, specifically, the section searching for files

When adding content, you can browse the changesets and pick which changesets you want to include for a review. This will list the author of a review and you can simply skip over your own.

Alternatively, you can search for files selecting authors to show content for via the basic search. You can switch to use EyeQL for more advanced searching but unfortunately, the author clause does not allow you to exclude a particular author like yourself for example.

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,

Mark

This doesn't solve my problem unfortunately.

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