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Navigate to your project's Settings > General and expand Merge request approvals. Click Add approvers to create a new approval rule. Just like in GitLab Starter, select the approval members and approvals required.
Log in to your GitLab instance. Go to the project for which the merge request has been made, in our case, the super-git project. Click on Merge Requests: You now see an overview with all the merge requests created for this project.
Navigate to your project's Settings > General and expand Merge request approvals. Click Add approvers to create a new approval rule. Just like in GitLab Starter, select the approval members and approvals required.
Go to the project where you'd like to merge your changes and click on the Merge requests tab. Click on New merge request on the right side of the screen. From there, you have the option to select the source branch and the target branch you'd like to compare to.
Under your repository name, click Pull requests. In the list of pull requests, click the pull request you'd like to review. On the pull request, click Files changed. Review the changes in the pull request, and optionally, comment on specific lines. Above the changed code, click Review changes.
In the list of pull requests, click the pull request you'd like to review. Review the changes in the pull request, and optionally, comment on specific lines. Type a comment summarizing your feedback on the proposed changes. Select Approve to approve merging the changes proposed in the pull request.
When required reviews are enabled, anyone with access to the repository can approve changes in a pull request. However, you won't be able to merge your pull request until the required number of reviewers with write or admin permissions in the repository approve your pull request's changes in their review.
Creating merge requests In most cases, a user will make changes in a branch, then create a merge request to request that the changes be merged into another branch (often the master branch). It is then reviewed, possibly updated after discussions and suggestions, and finally approved and merged into the target branch.
Once the development is completed, a pull request is created to merge into master branch. A "pull request" is a request to an upstream repository to merge some changes into their code ("pull changes from my repository and add them to yours, please"). So it's not really like a merge at all -- it's a request to merge.
Repository owners and administrators can merge a pull request even if it hasn't received an approving review, or if a reviewer who requested changes has left the organization or is unavailable. ... The pull request must be reviewed and approved again before it can be merged.
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