gh-issue-edit - Man Page

Edit issues

Synopsis

gh issue edit {<numbers> | <urls>} [flags]

Description

Edit one or more issues within the same repository.

Editing issues' projects requires authorization with the project scope. To authorize, run gh auth refresh -s project.

Options

--add-assignee <login>

Add assigned users by their login. Use "@me" to assign yourself.

--add-label <name>

Add labels by name

--add-project <name>

Add the issue to projects by name

-b, --body <string>

Set the new body.

-F, --body-file <file>

Read body text from file (use "-" to read from standard input)

-m, --milestone <name>

Edit the milestone the issue belongs to by name

--remove-assignee <login>

Remove assigned users by their login. Use "@me" to unassign yourself.

--remove-label <name>

Remove labels by name

--remove-project <name>

Remove the issue from projects by name

-t, --title <string>

Set the new title.

Options Inherited from Parent Commands

-R, --repo <[HOST/]OWNER/REPO>

Select another repository using the [HOST/]OWNER/REPO format

Example

$ gh issue edit 23 --title "I found a bug" --body "Nothing works"
$ gh issue edit 23 --add-label "bug,help wanted" --remove-label "core"
$ gh issue edit 23 --add-assignee "@me" --remove-assignee monalisa,hubot
$ gh issue edit 23 --add-project "Roadmap" --remove-project v1,v2
$ gh issue edit 23 --milestone "Version 1"
$ gh issue edit 23 --body-file body.txt
$ gh issue edit 23 34 --add-label "help wanted"

See Also

gh-issue(1)

Referenced By

gh-issue(1).

Feb 2024 GitHub CLI manual