Using favorites

This page describes how to use 'favorites' in Crucible.

You can add code reviews, people and repositories to your favorites. This allows you to customize the information that you see in your activity stream. Try favoriting items that you are currently working on, to get greater relevance and context in your activity stream.

You can view all your favorites at once in your profile – choose Favorites from your User menu (the one with your avatar).

On this page:

Adding favorites

To add an item to your favorites, follow one of these options:

ItemFavorite it by...Looks like this...

Hover over the review name, for example in the 'Open Reviews' list of the Reviews Dashboard.

In the popup, click the cog icon and choose Add to Favorites.

Review comment threadClick the grey star in the first comment of the comment thread.
ProjectClick the grey star beside the project's name in the 'All Projects' list. See Browsing projects.
PersonHover over a person's username and click Follow.

(Requires Fisheye)

In the 'Repositories' list, click the grey star beside the repository's name. See  Browsing source files.

Managing favorites

You can manage your favorites from your profile in Crucible  – choose Favorites from your User menu (the one with your avatar):

Click the star beside a favorite to change its label or to delete it:


Last modified on Jul 31, 2018

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