Using auto-comment is simple. Once you've installed it in your repository you will need to setup your
./github/auto-comment.yml file and auto-comment will do the rest.
There are a couple of configuration options that you will need to setup depending on what you want.
# Comment to a new issue. issueOpened: > Thank your for raising a issue. We will try and get back to you as soon as possible. Please make sure you have given us as much context as possible. pullRequestOpened: > Thank your for raising your pull request. Please make sure you have followed our contributing guidelines. We will review it as soon as possible
|Name||Type||Description||Example of Usage|
||This will be the message when new issues are created.||Auto comments on new issues are a great way to give feedback to users or a way of telling users to make sure they provide as much context as possible.|
||This will be the message when new pull requests are created.||Thank people for creating pull requests, give them links to your contributing guideline.|