Moderating comments and conversations
Moderating conversations creates a welcoming community for all contributors to your project by promoting healthy collaboration and de-escalating conflict. You can apply your community's code of conduct to discussions by viewing reported content, editing and deleting comments, and locking conversations.
Managing disruptive comments→
You can hide, edit, or delete comments on issues, pull requests, and commits.
Repository owners and collaborators, and people with write access to a repository, can lock conversations on issues, pull requests, and commits permanently or temporarily to defuse a heated interaction.
Limiting interactions in your repository→
People with owner or admin access can temporarily restrict certain users from commenting, opening issues, or creating pull requests in your public repository to enforce a period of limited activity.
Limiting interactions in your organization→
Organization owners can temporarily restrict certain users from commenting, opening issues, or creating pull requests in the organization's public repositories to enforce a period of limited activity.
Tracking changes in a comment→
You can view the edit history of a comment or delete sensitive information from the edit history of a comment.
Managing how contributors report abuse in your organization's repository→
You can allow contributors to report disruptive behavior directly to repository maintainers.
Managing reported content in your organization's repository→
After a contributor reports disruptive content in a repository, repository maintainers can view and manage the report.