Using favorites in Fisheye

Fisheye allows you to add changesets, files, people and repositories as favorites. You can view your favorites, or see a stream of all activity relating to your favorites. We suggest that you select items that you are currently working on as favorites, to create a more relevant personalized view.

You can always view your favorites from the menu at the top of the screen, next to your username.

If you are using Crucible, you can also add code reviews to your favorites.

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Adding favorites

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

PeopleHover the mouse cursor over their avatar or username. In the context menu, click Follow.
ChangesetsOpen the changeset and click the grey star icon next to its name, near the top of the screen.
Files or foldersOpen the file or folder and click the grey star icon that appears next to its name. The name appears in the breadcrumb links at the top of the screen.
RepositoryClick the Source tab and then the grey star icon that appears next to the name of the desired repository.

Managing favorites

To change the display name for, or remove, a favorite:

  1. Choose Favorites from your user menu at the top right.
  2. Click the yellow star beside a favorite to edit the display name or remove the favorite.

Due to FE-2348 you cannot currently rename favorite directories, users or committers

Last modified on Dec 13, 2018

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