CodeStream User Guide
Everything you need to get started with CodeStream
Use the navigation to the left to jump straight to any topic. Otherwise, read on to get started with CodeStream.
Install CodeStream for VS Code, Visual Studio, JetBrains or Atom. The CodeStream pane should automatically appear at the right side of your editor. Click on "Create a team" if you are the first person from your team to join CodeStream, or click on "Join an existing team" if you received an invitation code via email.
Whether your team uses Jira, Trello, GitHub or another service to track your tasks, just head to the Tasks tab and connect CodeStream to your issue tracking service so that you can select a ticket, update its status, create a feature branch, update your Slack status, and get to work!
Whether you're trying to understand someone else's code or getting help with some code you just wrote, just select the code and ask your question.
Select "Request a code review" from the blue "+" menu at any time in the development cycle, whether it’s a quick look over some work in progress (even uncommitted code!) or a formal review of a completed effort.
Teammates can do the review right in their IDE, with no need to switch branches or set aside their own work. Learn more about in-IDE code reviews.
You'll want some teammates on board so that you have people to discuss and review code.
CodeStream's "live view" increases team transparency and even let's you know about potential merge conflicts before they actually happen! Learn more about team "live view".