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What is plz.review?
Better coding workflows for teams.
At its core, plz.review is an interface to your teamโ€™s Git code changes and the reviews associated with those code changes.
It serves as a layer on top of your GitHub repo that is focused on the task of creating reviewable code changes, and letting you review your teamโ€™s code changes, in a more pleasant and productive way.
Find a bug or issue?
Check our Known Issues page or file a bug.

At Bit Complete we work on a lot of projects hosted on GitHub. While GitHub's PR model is simple to use, it creates a workflow where the typical output is a large pull request. These PRs often address many dimensions of a feature or fix all at once, and are very unwieldy to review.
We longed for power tools like the internal code review apps at Google (Critique/Gerrit) and Facebook (Phabricator). We wanted our tools to encourage meaningful commits as checkpoints for feedback. We wanted a workflow encouraging more incremental output that's easier on reviewers.
This wonderful blog post by Jackson Gabbard goes into a lot of the specifics of how we prefer to work, and why we felt a tool that bridges this workflow with GitHub was needed.
Weโ€™ve now used plz on many of our own projects. We think itโ€™s a big step forward for developer productivity and want to share it with the world!
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  • You can use plzโ€™s web UI as an alternate UX to GH.
  • You can use the plz CLI and create stacks of reviews.
  • See How to plz for more on these features.

Check out our Quick Start for information on auth, installation, and your first steps with the product.

  • We support modern browsers, which include stable versions of Chrome, Safari, Brave, Edge, and Firefox.
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Learn the fundamentals to get a deeper understanding of our main features:
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Feedback or question? Please contact us at [email protected]
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