When working in a larger organization, a well-built pull request is important. Many organizations use pull requests for code review, so your team members can review the changes you made and provide feedback.
- UPDATE – Renaming the default branch from 'master' to 'main'
- GitHub Help: Using pull requests
If you need a refresher on pull requests, you can check out a GitHub Guide which will cover the top to bottom flow: clone the code, make a change, and issue a pull request.
Teams are a great way to mention groups of people but don’t hesitate to mention specific people too. A great shorthand is to mention specific users if you’re intending them to specifically give a look at the changes you’re making. Then mention a team even if the specific mentions are also a part of the team. That way, you will get the review you’re looking for.
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