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View list of issues I'm subscribed to, on the website #283

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jmm opened this issue Oct 30, 2014 · 430 comments
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View list of issues I'm subscribed to, on the website #283

jmm opened this issue Oct 30, 2014 · 430 comments

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@jmm
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@jmm jmm commented Oct 30, 2014

On the website I want to be able to view a list of issues that I'm subscribed to, but don't [necessarily] have any other involvement with. My current use case is that I'd like to be able to "favorite" issues for future reference (e.g. in case I want to comment later). It would be a bonus if I could filter to see results where I'm only subscribed and have no other involvement. Perhaps a dedicated favoriting feature would even make sense, but GitHub already has a subscription feature and I think I should be able to see what issues I'm subscribed to.

I contacted GitHub support about this and the first response was to use the involves qualifier. But that

is just a logical OR between the author, assignee, mentions and commenter qualifiers for the same user

and does not return issues that I'm only subscribed to. I explained that in my reply and their next reply acknowledged that it's not currently possible to view the list of subscribed issues via the website.

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@localnerve
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@localnerve localnerve commented Apr 18, 2015

So you have to +1 comment an issue to find it in a query by becoming a commenter. Subscribe is not enough. +1 then.

@GeorgeSapkin
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@GeorgeSapkin GeorgeSapkin commented Apr 30, 2015

Any progress with this issue? It is very annoying right now to manage subscribed issues.

@CarlyMuletzWolz
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@CarlyMuletzWolz CarlyMuletzWolz commented Apr 30, 2015

It would be great to have this feature. It is a pain to think you are able to go back and find the issues you subscribed to and then not be able to find them. Or find them after searching through all the issues again....this feature needs to be added.

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@jmm
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@jmm jmm commented May 8, 2015

@GeorgeSapkin

Any progress with this issue? It is very annoying right now to manage subscribed issues.

When I contacted GitHub support about this in October they told me this feature was already on their internal list before I asked, but no ETA on doing it. FWIW, I believe you can access this data via the API. Everyone who's commenting +1 here, you should also contact GitHub support to request this feature so they know people are interested.

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@obestwalter obestwalter commented May 8, 2015

@GeorgeSapkin thanks - done.

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@CarlyMuletzWolz CarlyMuletzWolz commented May 8, 2015

Contacted github support

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@arp242 arp242 commented May 29, 2015

Yes please :-)

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@CarlyMuletzWolz
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@CarlyMuletzWolz CarlyMuletzWolz commented Jun 9, 2015

To re-iterate @GeorgeSapkin "Everyone who's commenting +1 here, you should also contact GitHub support to request this feature so they know people are interested"

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@zckrs zckrs commented Jun 23, 2015

Alternate walkthrough

Use Github API Issues

Get https://api.github.com/issues?filter=subscribed&state=all with Authorization: Bearer [token] and grab html_url in JSON response.

[token] can be create here: https://github.com/settings/tokens

@obestwalter
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@obestwalter obestwalter commented Jun 23, 2015

@zckrs thanks for the info, but it would still be nice to have this as a part of the GUI

@jmm
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@jmm jmm commented Jun 23, 2015

@zckrs There's lots of things you can do with the API. This is about "on the website".

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@zckrs zckrs commented Jun 23, 2015

@jmm I suggest an alternate walkthrough pending Github's feature. I will edit my comment for you.

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@puttin puttin commented Jun 24, 2015

@zckrs

https://api.github.com/issues?filter=all&state=all&sort=updated&since=2015-01-01T00%3A00%3A00Z

return nothing for me…


Update:
As https://developer.github.com/v3/issues/#list-issues shows:
List all issues across all the authenticated user’s visible repositories including owned repositories, member repositories, and organization repositories

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@mryellow mryellow commented Jun 26, 2015

Now that's a solution to this issue, does create noise, but at least could find a thread again. I started using subscribe as a way to mark stuff I need to be aware of and reread later, only to then realise it's lost and I can't find the stuff again.

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@jglick jglick commented Jun 29, 2015

Does this duplicate #196?

@jmm
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@jmm jmm commented Jun 29, 2015

@jglick That appears to be asking for it on a per-repo basis -- I want a global list of subscribed issues, although I agree that also being able to filter it per-repo as asked in #196 would be wanted. Not sure about lumping it in with involves: though.

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@TPS TPS commented Jul 3, 2015

The closest thing I've found is to find all watched items with any activity since I subscribed:

https://github.com/notifications?all=1

but this precise feature is needed sorely.…

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@dmellstrom dmellstrom commented Mar 11, 2019

This is a no-brainer and thus probably under consideration already, but it would be nice if we could also sort the subscribed issues/PRs by time of most recent update.
I would actually prefer that as the default order.

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@dwelle dwelle commented Mar 11, 2019

Well done. Also supporting search by title (or any of the filters supported in issues) would be nice, too!

@lucasbasquerotto
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@lucasbasquerotto lucasbasquerotto commented Mar 12, 2019

its_happening

@erebus2
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@erebus2 erebus2 commented Mar 12, 2019

Yay!

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@Thaina
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@Thaina Thaina commented Mar 12, 2019

Still I wish to have the same sorting as this

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Currently now it has only this

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@AntonPlotnikov
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@AntonPlotnikov AntonPlotnikov commented Mar 12, 2019

It is wonderful! Great thanks!

@FredyC
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@FredyC FredyC commented Mar 12, 2019

I kinda expected to have many subscriptions gathered over the years, but this is overwhelming :D

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@CyberSinh
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@CyberSinh CyberSinh commented Mar 12, 2019

Cool! Is there any way to hide/filter subscriptions related to closed issues? Thanks.

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@sypets sypets commented Mar 12, 2019

Great job!

Feedback:

For the status icons, it would be great to have a balloon pop up with explanations on mouse over. They are not as intuitive as one might hope.

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@dentarg dentarg commented Mar 12, 2019

@FredyC is this count still 1000+ if you filter on "Manual"? mine went down to 942 then :-)

I'm getting the feeling there are several ways of having implicit subscriptions

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@penguinairlines penguinairlines commented Mar 12, 2019

For the status icons, it would be great to have a balloon pop up with explanations on mouse over. They are not as intuitive as one might hope.

I agree, tooltips here would be useful, and easy to implement.

I'm so glad this has come to fruition.

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@KenjiTakahashi KenjiTakahashi commented Mar 12, 2019

Yay, finally :-)! Good stuff.

Alas, the "Least recently" sorting seems to be working funky 🤔.

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@TPS TPS commented Mar 12, 2019

@Thaina, @CyberSinh: #633, I think.

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@TPS TPS commented Mar 19, 2019

@becca #1526 points out an oversight in this feature, & #21 seems like an obvious extension.…

@becca
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@becca becca commented Mar 19, 2019

@TPS right now the subscription list is limited to individual issue and pull request threads. if there are more people here who have a use case for subscribing to commit threads on a pull request then we could continue that discussion over in #1526.

regarding #21, 👍. i will move over to issue #21 with more questions and updates on this request.

@duzenko
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@duzenko duzenko commented Jun 7, 2019

Sorry, am I blind or there's no way to show closed issues in the list as well?

@daboross
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@daboross daboross commented Jun 7, 2019

As far as I can tell, that should "just work". Closed issues are shown by default in my list:

screenshot-20190607-013301

@FredyC
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@FredyC FredyC commented Jun 7, 2019

Please refrain from reporting bugs in this mega thread.

Maintainers: Might be a good idea to lock this...

@OliverJAsh
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@OliverJAsh OliverJAsh commented Jun 11, 2019

Well done. Also supporting search by title (or any of the filters supported in issues) would be nice, too!

I just opened a new issue to track this separate feature request: #1589

/cc @dwelle

@KaKi87
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@KaKi87 KaKi87 commented Feb 7, 2020

Still I wish to have the same sorting as this

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Currently now it has only this

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Any news on this ? Thanks

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@fernando-s97 fernando-s97 commented Aug 26, 2020

I'm missing the option to sort by most recently update too

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