Adding Azure DevOps Repositories
This guide includes adding a PullRequest user to your Organization, authorizing your Azure DevOps account with PullRequest, installing and syncing your repositories.
In order for PullRequest reviewers to post feedback to your Azure pull requests, a PullRequest posting user must be added to your team.
Open your Azure DevOps Organization Settings and click Users -> Add Users
PullRequest requires Basic access and will need to be added to all of the Projects you'll need review coverage on. We recommend selecting Add all Project access so there's no disruption in service if you add or move repositories in the future.
Create an account with your email address.
You'll then be prompted to authorize your Microsoft account with PullRequest, click Accept.
After authorizing with your Microsoft account, you'll be directed to a page to select which Azure DevOps Organization you want to install PullRequest on.
Be sure to select the Azure DevOps Organization your team uses rather than your Microsoft username.
You'll be asked to allow PullRequest to access All repositories or Only select repositories.
After you've made your selection, click the Connect button.
Before sending code reviews to the PullRequest network, a member of the PullRequest team will need to accept the invitation sent in step 1 to add the PullRequest posting user.
You'll be able to confirm this when the azure PullRequest user is displayed with the PullRequest logo as an avatar in your Organization Settings screen.