Using Reviewpad

This page will help you get started with using Reviewpad.

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This guide is a work in progress and we will try to keep up-to-date as much as possible. This guide is not a technical "How Reviewpad works" - you can check that information at

. If you need help, check out the discussions in the
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This guide assumes that you have access to a running Reviewpad instance. If that is not the case, you have the following options:

There are two types of users in Reviewpad:

  • Administrators: An administrator is a special user that can access the admin area of Reviewpad to manage code hosts, git repositories, and users. If you are an administrator of a Reviewpad instance looking for information on how to manage it, check the guide
    Managing Reviewpad
    .
  • Users: A user is a developer that can perform code reviews on the repositories added by the administrator. These repositories can be stored in multiple code hosts that will be configured by the administrator. If you have access to a Reviewpad instance that was configured by someone in your team and it is your first time using it, check
    Getting Started in Your Team
    .

In the guides below, we cover some of the major topics you need to understand about Reviewpad to use it.

Getting Started in Your Team
Manage Access Tokens
Connect to GitHub
Connect to GitLab
Manual Host Synchronisation