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How can I remove a participant from a GitHub pull request?


Tag: github,pull-request

I've created a pull request and assigned it to one of my co-workers ("Brian") to review. He's since told me he's not available, so I've reassigned it to a different co-worker ("Geoff"). I now have a pull request with 3 listed participants: myself, Brian and Geoff.

How can I remove the original assignee (Brian) from the list of participants?


People automatically become participants when they interact with the PR (or you interact on their behalf, in this case), and I don't think they can be removed. However, Brian can unsubscribe from notifications in the PR's sidebar, and then his participation is purely historical.


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