What’s New in Helix TeamHub 2017.1

Helix TeamHub 2017.1 unites repositories and streamlines enterprise code review and collaboration on a single platform.

Set Default Reviewers for Your Code Reviews

Helix TeamHub 2017.1 makes it possible to set default reviewers in Git and Mercurial repositories. Adding default reviewers allow you to streamline your review workflow by automatically assigning the correct team members when new reviews arise. Designated reviewers see code reviews they’ve been assigned from the dashboard upon login.

Filter Your Code Reviews by Assignee

Find the right code review right away. Conveniently filter your or someone else’s code reviews without opening each review and seeing who has been assigned as a reviewer.While other repository management solutions are repo-centric, TeamHub is project focused and supports managing multiple repositories within a single project.

Updated Backend

Important backend upgrades provide greater security and increased performance while also setting Helix TeamHub up for exciting additions in the future. Notably, Helix TeamHub no longer requires a custom-built OpenSSH package.With a modern, intuitive user interface, TeamHub helps teams manage all their projects in a unified view, whether in the Cloud or on-premises.

Last but Not Least

This release boasts several smaller enhancements to enable smoother browsing in projects, Wikis, and issue listings.TeamHub offers hundreds of ready-made webhooks and integrations out-of-the-box, as well as developer freedom to design your own integrations with 100% public API coverage.