Our Review and Collaborations report package provides a way for software teams to see the ground truth of what’s happening in the code review process. You can create your own organizational targets for each set of metrics, Submit, Review and Collaborate. Setting targets for each metric will assist you in improving the effectiveness of your team’s code review process as a whole. Set your targets based on your historical organizational trends.
Set Customized Targets
Step 1: To get started Navigate to Settings > Targets in the left-hand navigation.
Step 2: On the following page you will see 4 tabs. Below is a summary of the target metrics you can set for each:
Code -Here you can set your Code Fundamental Metric targets.
- Responsiveness - calculated in hours
- Comments Addressed - calculated in a percentage
- Receptiveness - calculated in a percentage
- Unreviewed PRS - calculated in a percentage
- Reaction Time - calculated in hours
- Involvement - calculated in a percentage
- Influence - calculated in a percentage
- Review Coverage - calculated in a percentage
- PR Distribution - calculated in a percentage
- Time to Resolve - calculated in hours
- Time to First Comment - calculated in hours
- Follow-on Commits - numerical value
- Reviewer Comments - numerical value
- Sharing Index - numerical value
For each tab you can set targets at various levels
A.) Organizational level targets
B.) Team targets
C.) Individual targets
Note: Setting team or author level targets will override the org targets for the team or the user.
Step 3: To add targets , click on the box you want to change and type in the numeric value you want to override it with, then click Save.
Where Will I See My Targets?
Submit Targets > Org Level Targets
Your Submit Targets will be visible in the Review Collaboration report. Your organizational level targets will be visible at all times unless you have set up team level or contributor targets.
Team Level Targets
Your team level targets will be visible when filtering to the specific team in the Review Collaboration report.
Your individual contributor targets will be visible when selecting an individual from the Submitter column.
Your Review Targets will be visible in the Review Collaboration report, with the exception of the Knowledge Sharing target. This target will be visible in your Knowledge Sharing report. The team level and individual targets can be found similarly to the Submit targets, indicated above.
Collaborate Targets > Org Targets
Your Collaborate Targets will be visible in the PR Resolution report. Your organizational level targets will be visible at all times unless you have set up team level or contributor targets.
Your team level targets will be visible when filtering to the specific team in the PR Resolution and Knowledge Sharing report.
Still have questions about the creating targets for the R&C reports? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the chat link in the bottom right corner of your screen.