When you go to the Integrations page, you'll see that GitLab is not yet connected.
Click on the ‘Connect to GitLab' link to learn a bit more about GitLab and then click ‘Connect via OAuth’.
Connecting to GitLab is quick and uses OAuth credentials, from the GitLab authorization page you need to allow access, and this will then authenticate and redirect back to your Team’s GitLab Settings for additional configuration.
Configuring GitLab settings
Once you’ve connected to GitLab you can configure the GitLab Settings, and select the GitLab board you and your team are interested in following. You also have the option to tailor the frequency of the GitLab Digest.
What each setting does
- GitLab Project(s) are the GitLab Projects your team is interested in.
- Send next digest in when should the next GitLab Digest be sent? Upon connecting to GitLab you will receive your first digest within an hour of making the connection.
- Send digest every X days how often should the GitLab Digest be sent? Issues that have transitioned within the X day period will be included in the digest.
- Include updated issues in digest adds links to all transitioned issues within each epic in the digest along with their current status.
- Include issues without epics in digest adds links and status for all transitioned issues that are not linked to epics within the digest timeframe.
- Pulls real-time information for data-driven updates on progress towards reaching business objectives.
- Enform only queries information (read-only) and does not write any updates to cards.
- Receive daily digests of what’s happening in GitLab and include summaries of items with checklists in updates.