It is possible to find subscribed issues on GitHub. Users have suggested using the Github API to access the data
, or using a workaround of using "involves:rivy" to bookmark an issue for themselves.
It has been suggested that this feature could be implemented as a feature in the future.
This issue is about the need for a feature on GitHub that would allow users to manage their subscribed issues. It has been discussed by many users, who have suggested using the Github API to access the data, and has been suggested that it could be done through the website. The issue has been closed as completed, but users have suggested that it should be implemented as a feature in the future.
View list of issues I'm subscribed to, on the website · Issue #283 · isaacs/github · GitHub
This issue discusses the need for a filter to filter issues by "subscribed by me" in the GitHub issue list and project boards. The issue has been discussed for several years, with some users suggesting using "involves" to bookmark an issue for themselves, and others suggesting using a workaround of using "involves:rivy" to bookmark an issue for themselves. The issue has been resolved, but users are still discussing other features that could be added in the future.
Filter issues by "subscribed by me". · Issue #247 · dear-github/dear-github · GitHub
(called watching) the repo (and thus get a notifications for anything that happens in that repo), or have subscribed to specific pull requests or issues.
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