Customize changeset pages

On a changeset page, you can view the details of a specific changeset. You can choose what information to display by default.

View changesets

A changeset page displays the following changeset information:

  • The changeset ID and title.

  • The associated stream or project.

  • Recent activity, such as plugins that ran on the changeset.

  • Related requests.

  • The associated reviews.

  • The results of chains that ran on the changeset, including findings and measurements.

  • A list of all the files in the changeset.

  • The contents of the files and comments.

Note: Comments and findings are tied to the file version where they were added, and shown when that version is displayed.

To view a changeset:

  1. On the top navigation bar, select a space from the spaces list.
  2. On the Products page, open a product or Git repository.
  3. (Optional) To further restrict the scope, open a stream or branch.
  4. On the sidebar, select Changesets.

  5. In the changeset list, click a changeset to open the changeset page.

  6. Switch between the tabs to view changeset details:

    Tab Description

    Displays information about related requests and reviews, results of unit tests, and delivery date and time.

    The Activity section displays chain run information, including the state of each plugin, the user who delivered the changes, and plugin results.


    Displays the changes made to the files, and comments from reviewers.

    For details on how to inspect files, see Browse files in reviews.

    Chain Runs

    Displays the history of chain runs, including the chain run status and plugin results.

    Expand each plugin to view its measurements and findings.

    Tip: Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate around the page. For details, see Keyboard shortcuts.

  7. To view the changeset on the changeset graph, click Show on graph.

  8. To browse the contents of the parent stream at the time the changeset was delivered, click View in Code Browser.

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Customize changeset pages

You can choose to display the following elements on a changeset page by default:

  • Comments made by reviewers.

  • Findings on files made by experts.

  • Entire files (not only the lines that have changed).

  • Previous versions of files.

  • Combine the previous and current differences of files.

To customize the view of a changeset page:

  1. On the top navigation bar, select a space from the spaces list.
  2. On the sidebar, select Changesets.

  3. In the changeset list, click a changeset to open the changeset page.

  4. In the upper-right corner of the changeset page, click More, and select Display Defaults.

  5. In the Display Defaults dialog box, select what to display by default:

    Option Description
    Show by default Select what information to display:

    Comments are displayed by default. You can select to also display comments from other reviewers.

    Findings on files

    By default, findings are displayed inline inside file content.

    If you clear this option, you can view findings by hovering over the file content margin.

    You can select to also display findings on hidden lines.

    Entire file Select this option to display the entire file rather than only the relevant part of a file's contents.
    Previous version of file The previous revision of a file is displayed by default. Clear this option to display only the latest version.
    Show differences unified Select this option to combine the previous and current revisions of a file. By default, the file revisions are displayed side by side.
    Default tab Select what tab to display when opening a review page. By default, the Conversation tab is displayed.
    White spaces Select an option to control how white space is displayed. By default, all spaces are displayed.
  6. Click OK.

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