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This is a blog post of our Code Reading Wednesdays from Codacy (http://www.codacy.com): we make code reviews easier and automatic.

During the last few months, we’ve been studying how people are using Codacy and what they need most.
One of the things that was most requested was collaboration: making other people in your team view code analysis results on Codacy.

Today we’re releasing this feature to make it easy to share results and things to improve between your team members.

Adding collaborators

To add a collaborator to your project, click the project definitions on your project details page:

You can then add the email of your team members.
Codacy will automatically send an email with login instructions, activate him on the platform and add the project to his account.

To remove a collaborator, click his/her name and select the ‘Remove Collaborator’ option.

What’s a Collaborator?

We now have project owners (users that registered the project) and collaborators (users invited to view the project).

Collaborators are like a read-only version of project owners.
The main difference is that project owners get to:

  • Pause/Remove project
  • Provide feedback on analysis results
  • Add new collaborators

Any Collaborator limits?

During the beta, no. Share your project with how many users you want.
We will revise this when we launch the paid plans.

Sharing is caring

Share what Codacy finds for you with your team so your overral code quality increases and everyone gets more efficient at code reviewing.

Thanks for reading and happy code reviews!


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