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re: Have you used the new "suggested changes" in GitHub pull requests? VIEW POST

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I haven't used it yet.

While I like the idea of quickly suggesting changes, I prefer pull request as you can run tests using services like Travis Ci before merging

 

Suggested changes only work in common with pull requests. Say, user A creates a new PR. User B reviews it, finds a typo and suggests a change to fix the typo. User A can then accept that change, which results in another commit to the PR that includes the suggested change.

You still have the advantage of Travis CI and so on, but the review process is accelerated when there are only small changes requested.

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