I find myself managing a teams worth of pipelines for various repos (around 25 pipelines and growing). Often in the development process, other developers will kick off builds as part of the process. Clicking on My Builds will show me the current builds that I have kicked off but isn’t useful very often because what I really want to know is “What builds are currently running/queue across eveything”.
E.g. Can I stop this agent without screwing things up? Or is there a build hung? Or how backed up are we with builds?
I wish there was a slight UX adjustment that turned that drop down into a toggle (My Builds, All Builds). Fairly sure the API returns this data. Why isn’t it easily accessible in the UI?
TL;DR - My Builds is almost never right, let me see all my orgs builds.