Review Lens natively integrates with GitHub allowing you to post annotated feedback directly to pull requests and issues within repositories. Review Lens supports integrations with personal and organization owned repositories. Find more information below on getting started and guidelines on using Review Lens with GitHub.
Review Lens captures screenshots using a browser extension or add-on, to get started you'll firstly need to install the extension or add-on for your web browser. After installation launch Review Lens and select GitHub from the post menu.
Accessing and posting to personal repositories is as easy as authenticating with GitHub in Review Lens.
After selecting GitHub from the post menu in Review Lens a browser window to github.com will appear for secure authentication, simply enter your GitHub credentials and sign in. If it’s your first time authenticating with GitHub in Review Lens, GitHub will prompt you to authorize Review Lens before continuing.
In order to post to personal repositories, you must either
Accessing and posting to organization repositories is similar to personal repositories with an additional step: the organization needs to approve the Review Lens application for use in its organization.
If you are the owner or have admin privileges of an organization you can approve the Review Lens application in the first authentication window.
Alternatively if you have already authorized Review Lens for your account but not your organization, in GitHub navigate to Settings > Applications > Authorized OAuth Apps > Review Lens, from there you can grant organization access for Review Lens.
If you are an organization member or do not have admin privileges you can request the organization owners to approve the Review Lens application. This can be done using the same methods as above, except instead of a Grant button, a Request button will be shown. After the request has been made, an organization owner or user with admin privileges can approve the request by firstly switching to the organization account in GitHub then navigating to Settings > Third-party access > Review (next to Review Lens), from there organization access can be granted.
In order to post to organization repositories, you must either
Review Lens officially supports the following GitHub cloud hosted (github.com) repository types.
Integrations with Github Enterprise Server (self managed/hosted) and SAML authentication with external Identity Providers (IdP) is currently not officially supported. If you’d like this or any other GitHub integration functionality, please express your interest by reaching out to email@example.com