ReSharper 2016.1 Help

Establish automated code review

With ReSharper, code review is actually easy. After all, the inspection markers that show errors and possible improvements and other issues are shown everywhere and are hard to miss.

ReSharper highlights code issues in the editor

If, however, you want to inspect all issues at once, there’s a way to do that too – simply choose ReSharper | Inspect | Code Issues in Solution/Project in the menu. This will show you a tree that groups the issues by type and lets you drill down right to the particular instances:

Detected code issues in the Inspection Result window

Bearing in mind that each ReSharper's code inspection is configurable from the ReSharper Options dialog and the preference can be easily shared using the ReSharper's layered settings, what you get is effectively an automated code review process.

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Last modified: 19 August 2016