Deployment statuses

Instead of posting a review comment that contains a link to each pull request's FeaturePeek environment, the featurepeek bot now changes the deployment status of a pull request. The deployment status contains the link that points directly to your PR's running environment.

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Now you'll see a timeline of when environments spin up inline with your commit history, so you'll get a better sense of when each environment went live.

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You'll also see a list of all active FeaturePeek environments on your repo's deployments page. You can access this list by clicking on the new "environment" tab on your repo page.

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Unlike review comments, this cleaner approach doesn't clutter your GitHub notifications inbox. If you'd still like to receive notifications whenever a FeaturePeek environment goes live, enable the FeaturePeek Slack integration on a channel in your team's workspace.

Post screenshots on pull requests

Now you can take screenshots of elements in your environment and post them as a comment on the corresponding pull request.


Click the new "Select element" button in the bottom-left corner of an environment. Then select any element on the page. A modal dialog will appear, where you can add a text comment to supplement your attached screenshot.

Furthermore, your browser metadata automatically gets included in the comment. Developers: no more following up with reviewers to see what browser they were using!

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Share deep links

Sometimes you want to share a route to a page that's a couple of clicks deep within a running environment. You could update its entry path, but that affects the default route of everyone visiting your running code – perhaps you just want to link to a particular page to show something to one person.

Now you can share links within a FeaturePeek environment as easy as copy/pasting. Just click the link icon in the bottom-left of your running environment to copy the deep link URL to your clipboard.


Notice that your browser's address bar updates as you navigate too. Copying the URL from here will take your reviewers exactly where you intend – it behaves just like any other link.

Set the environment route on PR creation

Now you can @reply the featurepeek bot in your pull request description with an absolute path to set the starting route of each feature environment.

For example, if you want your reviewers to check out the work you've done on your /about page, you'd include

@featurepeek /about

in the pull request description. If you realize you want to change the environment route after you create your pull request, just edit the description to include that line.

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The environment links in your dashboard, GitHub comments, and Slack channel will all point to the new route that you specify! Of course, this setting only applies to that one pull request – future PRs will have a default route of /.

Slack integration

Get notified when your team's feature environments spin up with our new Slack integration. Now a direct link to every feature environment can be sent to a Slack channel in your team's workspace.

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Team admins: head on over to your team integrations page to set this up.

Public projects

We now support public projects! This means you can choose to share your environment links with anyone, even if they aren't on your FeaturePeek team.

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Projects are always set to be private by default. You can change whether you'd like all the environments in your project to be public in your project settings.

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