Commenting on a Debrief Issue
Commenting on any open or closed Debrief issue, whether your own or anyone else’s, is easy to do:
- Click on the Subject line of the issue you wish to comment on to view the issue:
- The issue will then display:
As the above image shows, there is a comment box below the original issue raised, and any additions, changes, or comments added since then in chronological order. To add a comment:
- Click in the Write field and enter your comment.
- Once your comment has been added, click on the Preview tab to view how it will look once submitted. This isn’t necessarily that important if you’re not using markdown text*, but it’s always a good idea to give everything you write a once-over before posting.
- You can add files to your comment by either dragging and dropping them into the form, of by clicking on the selecting them text link. This will open up a File Upload dialog box where you can locate and add your files.
As mentioned in our earlier post, Creating a Debrief Issue, bear in mind that Github does have a limit on attachment file sizes, so please consider using Dropbox (or similar) to provide access to excessively large files.
- Once your comment is ready to post, click on the Comment button. Your post will be added to the issue.
* Note: if you’re familiar with using Markdown text, you can use this styling in all your Debrief/Github comments. Click here for more details on using the markdown format.
Comments or Feedback
That concludes this brief tutorial about commenting on an issue in Debrief/Github. We hope it’s been useful to you? Please let us know by leaving a reply in the box below. We truly appreciate your feedback.
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