Storyteller tracks the active developer or developers who are contributing changes to the code. Every change is attributed to a 'developer group'. This might be a single developer or a group of two or more developers. Each developer's information is displayed during playback.
To see the current active developers open the command pallette
(ctrl/cmd + shift + p) and type in "Storyteller: Active Developers".
A list of the active developers will be displayed.
A new developer is added to the system by opening the command pallette and typing in "Storyteller: Create a New Developer".
Storyteller prompts the user for some information. It tracks the name and email address of the active developers. After a new developer is created the user will be prompted to add them to the active developer group.
Tip: If a developer has an avatar with the service Gravatar it will be displayed during the playback.
Developers can be added and removed from the active developer group using VS Code. To see a list of inactive developers that are available to be added to the active developer group open the command pallette and type in "Storyteller: Make Developers Active".
The developer that is selected will be added to the active developer group. Afterward, a message will be displayed with the active developers.
Similarly, a developer can be removed from the active developer group by opening up the command pallette and typing in "Storyteller: Make Developers Inactive". A list of active developers will be listed. The one selected will be removed from the active group. Afterward, a message will be displayed with the active developers.