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What is Merge Freeze about?

The code freeze tool to block merging and deployments. Merge Freeze is a Continuous Integration application available in the GitHub marketplace.

Receive Merge Freeze in Slack

Stop checking your email or your GitHub notifications. Axolo sends the notifications from Merge Freeze in the corresponding pull request channel in Slack.

Merge Freeze integration with Axolo

Axolo is a productivity app for engineering teams. We open one ephemeral channel for each of your pull request in order to improve engineers collaboration during code reviews.

What are Merge Freeze features in GitHub?

The code freeze tool to block merging and deployments Merge Freeze is a Github app that allows dev teams to block merging at certain times of the week or during one-off situations. Features One-off freezes - Anyone in your team can temporarily block merging by hitting "Freeze" Recurring freezes - Create a weekly schedule of freezes so your team can only merge during certain hours Web API - Access the current Merge Freeze status of your repository or trigger a freeze using our API Slack app- Freeze or unfreeze your protected branch with a simple /mergefreeze command Slack app The Slack app gives you a /mergefreeze command that, when called, will show you the current status of your repository and a big shiny button to either freeze or unfreeze it. It will also send your team a notification when someone implements a merge freeze, very handy as an extra reminder that everyone should stop merging. You can configure which channel these notifications should go to.

Learn more about Merge Freeze on the GitHub marketplace.

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