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Introducing Codemarks – A New Way to Build a Knowledge Base

    David Hersh   Product Updates

The latest version of CodeStream brings some major new additions!

Codemarks – You can now annotate your codebase with an array of “codemarks”, including comments, issues, code traps, and bookmarks.
Easier discussion of code – Now there are even fewer steps involved in creating a conversation about code.
Exploring your knowledge base – In addition to displaying codemarks as annotations to your source files, there are also new interfaces for searching and browsing codemarks.

CodeStream brings Slack into VS Code

    David Hersh   Product Updates

The latest update to CodeStream for VS Code (v0.14.0) allows you to connect your Slack workspace to a CodeStream team. Instead of creating a new, separate set of channels and DMs on CodeStream, you’ll have access all of your existing Slack channels and DMs. Start chatting with your teammates right away, even before you’ve invited them to CodeStream, because they’ll be receiving your messages on Slack… just as if you had posted them from Slack yourself!

CodeStream for VS Code Now Publicly Available

    David Hersh   Product Updates

We’re excited to announce that CodeStream V0.11.0 for VS Code is now available. This beta release includes all of our latest functionality including:

CodeStream v0.0.23 now available with Consolidated Conversations

    David Hersh   Product Updates

We’ve received much feedback that having a separate chat stream for each source file didn’t mirror the way discussions were happening in the real world, where they often span source files. A discussion that starts with problematic code in one source file might end with relevant code being shared from another.

New Slack Integration

    David Hersh   Product Updates

Two exciting updates from CodeStream, both of which will translate into fewer emails in your inbox. First up is our Slack integration. Once setup, all of your team’s messages on CodeStream will flow through to the channel of your choice on Slack. You can even reply to those messages right from Slack, and the replies will get posted to CodeStream. Definitely a good option for teams that have developers not currently using Atom.