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Integrations on GitScrum

The main goal of this material is to demonstrate integrations on GitScrum.

# What is it and how does it work?

GitScrum is a project management tool for agile teams. Therefore, GitScrum always looks to predict tools and features for its users to be quicker during their project planning, management, and work execution processes. In this material, you can see how you can optimize your work connecting some apps to your GitScrum project.

# How to connect with GitHub

GitHub is one of the main hosting and platforms for software source code version control. Many teams use this platform only as a code repository, and others use the other features offered by the platform.

If your team uses GitHub and wishes to connect their repository on GitScrum to import their tasks, you must access the project from which you want to import the tasks, and then select the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) on the left side menu, and then search for the GitHub card to start the setup (Step 02).

Next, you must authorize GitScrum’s access to GitHub and then when you return to GitScrum you can select from which repository you wish to import tasks, as shown by the image below. When selecting the repository, you can choose to remove other tasks that have been previously imported.

# How to connect with Bitbucket

This is a great hosting and platform for source code version control. If your team uses bitbucket as a hosting provider for your repositories, GitScrum can connect to it and then import your data coming from bitbucket. To perform this integration, access the project from which you wish to receive the imported tasks and then select the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) on the left side menu, and then search for the Bitbucket card to start the setup (Step 02).

Next, you will be taken to Bitbucket so that you can authorize GitScrum’s access to its repositories. Then, you will see a list with your repositories directly on GitScrum, and you only need to select to which you wish to import the data.

# How to connect with Asana

Asana is a work tracking tool, and there, your team can have projects and tasks you might want to import to GitScrum so that this data is managed and organized with the proposed methodologies.

To import the data from Asana, you must access your project on GitScrum and then select the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) on the left side menu, and then look for the Asana card to start the setup (Step 02).

Then, you must authorize GitScrum’s access to your Asana account, and then select from which Asana project you will import the tasks into GitScrum, as shown by the image below.

# How to connect with GitLab

Gitlab is a platform that enables code hosting, version control, task management, and CI/DI on servers from the platform itself and also in your own servers. To integrate GitLab with GitScrum, access the project to which you wish to import the tasks, and then select the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) on the left side menu, and then search for the GitLab card to start the setup (Step 02).

When selecting the integration with GitLab, you must first inform if your project is hosted on GitLab or in your own address, as shown below.

Later, you must grant GitScrum’s access to GitLab and then select the GitLab projects which data will be imported into GitScrum.

# How to connect with Trello

The integration of GitScrum with Trello enables you to import tasks that you have in a certain trello board into your GitScrum project. The imported tasks will be registered in the workflow, following the standard stage you set up for your workflow.

To perform the integration, you must access the project from which you wish to import the tasks, and then select the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) on the left side menu, and then look for the trello card to start the setup (Step 02).

# How to connect with Slack

The integration with slack enables that notifications are directly sent from GitScrum to your team in slack. Like that, the team’s communication flows better. This integration is based on webhook and you must set up the webhook on your slack account (click here and access the slack documentation) and register them into GitScrum.

Access the project you wish to connect to Slack, and then on the left side menu select “Connected Apps” (Step 01) and then search for the Slack card to begin the setup (Step 02).

To finish the integration, you just need to paste the web hook link generated by slack on the field shown by the image below, and then click on the “Confirm” button.

# How to connect with Dropbox

You can connect your Dropbox account with GitScrum. For teams that use Dropbox as a cloud file management, this integration can be very useful. When connected, you can attach files in your tasks that are available in your Dropbox account.

The integration is quite simple. You must, from your project, access the option “Connected Apps” (Step 01) as shown on the image and then locate the Dropbox integration card (Step 02). Then, you must authorize GitScrum’s access to your Dropbox, and the integration will be set up.

After the integration, you will notice that in your tasks, the file selection will be directly available on Dropbox as shown on the image below.