GitHub provides distributed version control of Git plus access control, bug tracking, software feature requests, task management, continuous integration, and wikis for every project. Connecting Userback with GitHub will streamline UAT, QA and bug tracking with Feedback sent as new issues with annotated screenshots, meta-data and comments.
1. Connect a Userback Project to a GitHub Repository
Open Integrations inside your project settings, Find GitHub in the list of integrations, Select Connect from the menu to the right, and then follow the prompts to authorise Userback & GitHub.
2. Configure your integration settings
2a. Configure your integration settings for GitHub. Choose the Default Repository in GitHub. Make sure the GitHub account you're linking has a Repository setup prior to connecting to Userback.
2b. Choose whether you'd like feedback to be submitted manually or if it should be sent automatically to GitHub. Filter it by Feedback type too!
3. Test your integration
Lastly, use the Test option to send dummy Feedback directly to GitHub. Make sure it goes into the proper Repository.
Once confirmed, congratulations, you're finished! 🎉
📘Note - Don't forget to add your team to your GitHub Repository to start collaborating.
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