Teams Tab - Features and Definitions

The teams tab gives you a comprehensive metrics overview of your teams and also team contributors (if individual metrics are enabled) your team contributors.


WIP - Work in Progress. The git branches that are currently active and have not been merged or deployed.

Done - Branches that have moved into "merged" or "deployed" status during the selected time period.

Active Days - The number of days during this time frame that a team member has shown activity. This can be Git commits, comments, or reviews.

Code Changes - Effective code changes. These are the comprehensive changes made on the feature branch when compared to the base branch. Repeat changes made to the same line of code via commits to a feature branch will only be counted as the overall change made when compared to the base branch.

Repositories - The number of repositories on which this team or individual worked.

Cycle Time - The average cycle time of all branches worked on during your selected time frame. Note that this will include branches that are still in progress as well as deployed branches. This metric can change and update over time as in-progress branches are deployed.

Work Breakdown - Of the lines of code changed, which of these are new lines of code added to the base branch, and which are rework/refactor of existing code. Rework = code in the base branch which was last edited within the last 25 days. Refactor = code in the base branch which was last edited over 25 days ago.

PRs Opened - PRs opened by the team/individual.

Reviews - Reviews submitted by the team/individual. This can be reviews submitted on any PR, not just PRs relevant to your team.

Review Depth - Review depth measures the average number of comments per pull request review. This metric is an indication of the quality of the review and how thorough reviews are done. This metric is calculated by counting the number of comments on PRs throughout the iteration and dividing them by the total number of PRs submitted.

Filtering Options

Date - By default LinearB will set the date range of your most recent iteration, you can edit the date range to view any length of time covered by LinearB.

Team - Select multiple teams to see metrics side by side.

Contributor - Select a set of contributors to view metrics side by side.

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