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Completed Pull Requests

Template providing the total number of deployed Pull Requests (PRs) in a given period.

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Completed Pull Requests

Identify sudden changes in your software development team's habits to spot potential bottlenecks with this completed pull request metric template.

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Understand the Completed Pull Requests Metric Template

The completed pull requests metric template calculates the total number of merged pull requests in a given time frame.

How to Use the Completed Pull Requests Metric Template 

The completed pull requests KPI is a quantitative measure that can help detect a sudden change of habit in the team which would lead to further investigations. For instance:

  • If the number of completed PRs dropped: This may be due to a productivity slowdown, a delay in reviews, or because the team is currently working on larger issues.
  • The number of completed PRs surged recently: This may be due to a series of small security PRs (library updates), the team working on smaller issues (UI adjustments), or perhaps something counterproductive, like issuing successive patch PRs without sufficient testing.

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Looking to Monitor Your Own Completed Pull Requests?

As a software engineer, you may want to track this metric at an individual level to track your own completion pipe. This version of the template comes with a filter automatically applied to allow you to monitor your own completed Pull Requests.

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Understand the Completed Pull Requests Metric Template

The completed pull requests metric template calculates the total number of merged pull requests in a given time frame.

How to Use the Completed Pull Requests Metric Template 

The completed pull requests KPI is a quantitative measure that can help detect a sudden change of habit in the team which would lead to further investigations. For instance:

  • If the number of completed PRs dropped: This may be due to a productivity slowdown, a delay in reviews, or because the team is currently working on larger issues.
  • The number of completed PRs surged recently: This may be due to a series of small security PRs (library updates), the team working on smaller issues (UI adjustments), or perhaps something counterproductive, like issuing successive patch PRs without sufficient testing.

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Looking to Monitor Your Own Completed Pull Requests?

As a software engineer, you may want to track this metric at an individual level to track your own completion pipe. This version of the template comes with a filter automatically applied to allow you to monitor your own completed Pull Requests.

Use Completed Pull Requests Metric