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Sync Projects, Branches, and Merge Requests into Fibery

GitLab integration allows to import Projects, Branches, and Merge Requests, into Fibery. The best thing you can do is to import Merge Requests and link them to real work items, like Features, User Stories, or Tasks.

Sync GitLab data

Use our one-way native integration with GitLab to automatically sync Projects, Branches, and Merge Requests into Fibery.

👨‍🏫 Here is a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Gitlab integration.

As a result of your sync, you'll have a separate GitLab space in your left menu. Once the data is there, you can visualize it as you want (for example, you can create a view that shows only Open Merge Requests) and connect it to real work (for example, link Merge Requests to Features). 👇

Connect Merge Requests to tasks to streamline your development workflow

Automatically link Merge Requests to Features, User Stories, Bugs, Tasks, or any other entities. The links will be bi-directional (when you link an entity, a back-reference appears on its page to make knowledge discoverable). Thus, inside a Feature you will see a list of Merge Requests and their statuses, and once you open a Merge Request, you will see a Feature it belongs to.

📎 You can automate the process of linking Features and Merge Requests using an automation rule.

Get the GitLab integration

What's next?

  • 🌟 Check out Fibery for Software Development. Collaborate on backlogs, sprints, releases, and development wiki — all in one place.

  • Explore other integrations to make Fibery your ultimate knowledge hub.

  • Check out a long read about how we use Fibery to develop Fibery. It describes how we accumulate customer feedback, set OKRs, plan and track Software Development, and store Development Wiki.

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