How to see difference between two versions of a pull request

I'm a reviewer for my team member's code changes. When I review a pull request, I make comments to modify code wherever necessary. The author then updates the changes. If I go back to the pull request, I'm only interested in seeing the changes made from the previous version. Is there a way to do this in Stash? I know gerrit has this feature where it enables to see the difference between different versions of a code review. I don't want to go through the whole lot of changes again and the overview tab doesn't show me what I actually want to see.

Please clarify.

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Hi Abhik,

maybe you can tag your last reviewed commit and make a diff via the new stash diff tool betweet this tag and the current branch state.

I found out how. In the commit tab, if I click on the second commit link, it shows me the diff of this commit with the previous one.

I found out how. In the commit tab, if I click on the second commit link, it shows me the diff of this commit with the previous one.

In the Diff tab of the pull request, the names of the updated files will be bold again. (The same way, in the beginning they are all bold, until you look at them.)

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