Add Last User Modified
On the Commit Changes and Get Lastest tab, you should include the last user that modified the object. Far too many times I have to ask all the developers to identify the objects that they have changed yet not committed. It would be nice to be able to see that.
In v2, when you are working on a shared model, we show who has changed the object in the database on the Commit tab. We also only check your own changes by default.
If you would also like to see the last person who committed when you Get Latest, please vote/comment on http://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/39019-sql-source-control/suggestions/1375333-show-who-committed-the-changes-in-the-get-latest-l.
This column is only shown if you are using a Shared Model. If you linked a database in v1, then it will default to a Dedicated Model. You must unlink and relink your database to switch models. (Each user will need to do this.)
Hint: Right-click on the source control information on the setup tab and copy this before you unlink, so that you can just paste in this information when you relink. I hope this helps. Let us know if you're still not seeing this extra column. It should be the first one in the list on the Commit tab.
Eric Wahner commented
I am running version 2 and I don't see any column on the Commit tab that shows this information.