When Tugboat posts comments to a pull request, those comments show as being made by the user who linked Tugboat to the git repository. In practice, this means that the person who sets up the Tugboat account will get the git provider’s notifications on pull requests; not because they’re intentionally watching or commenting on the pull requests, but because of the automated comments that Tugboat posts as that person.
If you’d instead like those comments to show as coming from Tugboat - and free the user who links the account from a barrage of notifications - you can add a Tugboat bot to your team.
Now, whenever Tugboat adds comments to a pull request, the comments will display from the Tugboat bot, and the Tugboat bot’s account will get any subsequent notifications from the provider.
Create an account for your Tugboat bot at your preferred git provider; i.e. GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket.
Optional: Download the Tugboat avatar to use for your Tugboat bot account.
Go to username -> My Projects at the upper-right of the Tugboat screen.
Select the project where you want to switch to the Tugboat bot.
Click the Repository Settings link next to the repo where you want to switch to the Tugboat bot.
Scroll down to the Provider Comments section (GitHub Comments, GitLab Comments or BitBucket Comments).
Press the big blue Change button.
Enter the authentication details for the Tugboat bot user you created at the git provider.
Press the OK button.