Introducing quality thresholds with our new code quality settings
We’ve released this week an important feature on Codacy that enables finer-grained control over your code quality.
Starting today, you can define quality settings for your project’s commits and pull requests.
Inside your project’s settings you now have a Quality Settings section where you can select different parameters for the metrics we use to flag a commit or pull request as green or red.
With this feature, you now have greater control over the build status and success/fail of commits and pull requests.
This feature also enables you to turn off a metric like duplication or complexity.
We’ve developed this feature in response to your feedback, so thank you for helping us build a better Codacy.
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