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Review pull requests

Collaborate and work together on GitHub.


All great projects start with collaboration. Pull requests are the foundation of teamwork on GitHub — and pull request reviews give you the ability to work together and discuss changes specific to a pull request by commenting, requesting changes, or approving.

  • Who is this for: Developers, new GitHub users, users new to Git, students, managers, teams.
  • What you'll learn: When and how to request a review; how to provide a review of someone else's pull request.
  • What you'll build: We'll be reviewing a pull request for a simple game.
  • Prerequisites: We assume you are familiar with creating branches, commits, and pull requests—you can learn this in our Introduction to GitHub course.
  • How long: This course takes less than 30 minutes to complete.

In this course, you will:

  1. Open a pull request
  2. Assign yourself
  3. Leave a review
  4. Suggest changes
  5. Apply changes
  6. Merge your pull request

How to start this course


  1. Right-click Start course and open the link in a new tab.
  2. In the new tab, most of the prompts will automatically fill in for you.
    • For owner, choose your personal account or an organization to host the repository.
    • We recommend creating a public repository, as private repositories will use Actions minutes.
    • Scroll down and click the Create repository button at the bottom of the form.
  3. After your new repository is created, wait about 20 seconds, then refresh the page. Follow the step-by-step instructions in the new repository's README.

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