We’ve recently launched many improvements to Datree: new policy rules, new features, and enhancements to make common tasks easier and faster to do.
Datree is unique in two ways:
Our customers have told us they want more insights and more policy rules – and we’ve got them:
This rule is for improving code quality. When teams collaborate on the same repository, a team member may inadvertently push code to the base branch when there are open pull requests, causing the base branch to be ahead of the feature branch. This rule ensures a pull request is always up to date with the base branch prior to merging.
Another rule for improving code quality, as encouraged by Github. The CODEOWNERS file allows you to define and assign different pull request approvals for different parts of your codebase. This rule makes sure the CODEOWNERS file is located inside the repository. Read more in our new docs.
You can now easily define your own custom commit message for integration with different automation tools, such as semantic-release or generating changelog. You can also turn on this rule if you want to have a structured commit for a more readable Git history.
Giving users the option to allow more granularity in policy enforcement was always a key feature for us. You may have noticed in the new policy rules screenshots above that you now have the option to automatically enable any policy rule to be applied on future new repositories.
We are happy to announce we are now supporting multiple accounts. We added a new screen and the functionality to add different Github organizations to the same Datree account. This way, if you are a member of multiple GitHub organizations, you will be able to install Datree on each and any one of them, and switch between them through this page.
Ever wondered which of your repositories don’t require pull request review? Or in which repositories the main branch can be deleted by force push? Us too!
This is why we’ve added more information to the Status Report:
We’re working on some enhancements to improve your experience, so stay tuned.
We hope that these new updates help you do even more with Datree. These features were built based on feedback from our users, so if you have any ideas or flows you’d like us to improve, please let us know!