Follow the latest updates and improvements of Volta.
May 29, 2023
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May 16, 2023
It took a lot of refactor to achieve this, so there is no real update on Volta itself.
Feel free to use it in your Nuxt projects and contribute to it!
May 2, 2023
You no longer need to be logged in to Volta to view public repositories. When navigating to a public repository while not authenticated, you will be able to see its issues and pull requests as a board, list or timeline.
You'll also be able to navigate through public repositories using our command menu K. A button will be displayed in the aside instead of the usual links like
You can now bulk edit issues and pull requests when in the board or list from the K menu with and actions. This will open a modal where you can select / unselect respective labels or milestones from filtered issues.
You can now automatically clean specific notifications to save you time on inbox triage by clicking on the action from the menu or by pressing ⇧ D.
This will delete filtered notifications already read from:
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April 18, 2023
When creating task lists in issues body, referenced issues and pull requests will now be tracked and displayed in the issue right panel.
Issues tracked will be displayed under
Tracking with the completion of closed issues and issues tracking will be displayed under
Tracked by. You can navigate directly to these issues from this section.
When an issue is tracking other issues, a badge will be displayed in the board or list.
You can now display archived issues of your repository or project by clicking on in the menu or through the command menu action. This will fetch all the issues and pull requests that have been archived in the past.
Archived issues and pull requests will be marked with a badge on the board and list views.
You can close the archive by clicking on the button in the header or through the command menu action.You can also search for archived issues by using the / command menu.
We've rewritten most of our Guide to make it more accessible and easier to understand. We've also added a lot of new content to cover missing features from the past few months.
writeaccess on repositories can now trigger a sync (previously only
adminusers could do it)
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April 4, 2023
We've released a new extension to bring Volta experience to GitHub:
You can now directly interact with issues from the command menu to update their status, labels, milestones, assignees and reviewers.
On an issue page, press K to open the command menu and search for
When pressing enter, a command menu will be opened for you to update the current issue:
The shortcuts for
reviewers respectively S, L, M, A and R now open the command menu instead of the dropdown.
We've redesigned the landing page to make it easier to discover Volta and all the features we've added in the past months like issue lists & timelines, projects, roadmap, etc.
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