From the Settings page, under the Project menu, you can add file extensions you want Waydev to ignore when analyzing your codebase. The default ignored extensions are ‘svg, gif, png, jpg, ttf, map, eot, woff, woff2, plist, json, 000, po, mo, sql.’ 

You can edit the extensions you want Waydev to ignore by clicking the ‘Edit’ button on the right side of the page.

You can also set a custom regex to ignore commits with a message that matches the regex you set. For example, if you set the setting to "/\bweb\b/i", Waydev will ignore all the commits which contain the word "web" in the commit message.

Now you can adjust the time frame for Churn, Legacy Refactor & Helping Others according to your sprint duration. It's set as default for 21 days, but if your sprints are not two-weeks long, you can set a custom time frame from the Settings page.

You can set Waydev to ignore commits that have more than your chosen number of lines of code. By default, Waydev ignores commits that have over 8000 lines of code.

By default, Waydev only takes into account the commits that are not merges, except for the Work Log. If you want to see them in other pages/stats, you can turn "Include Merges" on.

You can also select a custom time of the day and timezone you want Waydev to process your commits at.

If you need to update the data before we do it automatically, you can click on the "Manually Start Cloning Process" button and we will start updating your data right away. You can only do this once every 2 hours.

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