A lot of my co-workers who request my input on a code review forget to close it, so it's forever in my outbox. Is there a way to clear these out, short of going around and telling them to close their year-old code reviews?
Hi @Brian Harrington,
You can either use the "Send reminder" option to request review author to close it:
or change permission scheme definition and grant yourself "Close" permission to all reviews, so you could close review by yourself. The latter method seems rather radical, perhaps authors deliberately wanted to keep review open because they still wanted to address some of the comments raised?
Hope that helps,
Right there's the rub; if they wanted to keep it open for some reason, then I would be "nagging" them to close it, which I don't want to do. However, if I finish one and I know I'm done with it forever, why isn't there an option to hide or archive it somewhere, instead of letting it hang around in my outbox?
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