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You can now view and sort long-running Pull Requests from your repository's Pull Request page.

When a feature or a bugfix goes on for months but never ships nor dies, we often want to take a closer look to see what's preventing that Pull Request from being shipped or killed. Making it possible to find old but still-active Pull Requests makes that easier.

Any open Pull Request that has lived for more than a month, but which has seen activity within the past month, qualifies as long-running. This new filter displays those long-running Pull Requests sorted by life span: the amount of time from creation to the most recent activity.

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