NOTE: This guide contains screenshots from third party partner interfaces that may be modified without notice. If you ever have any issues or questions about connecting with PullRequest, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After signing up, you'll be prompted to authorize and connect with a version control hosting provider. Click the GitLab option.
NOTE: You can authorize with multiple version control hosting providers (ie - GitHub and Bitbucket) using the same PullRequest account. This can be done via the Account Integration page in user settings.
You'll be prompted with a list of GitLab Groups and Projects associated with your GitLab account.
Select the Groups and Projects you'd like to connect with and click Update
NOTE: By clicking the checkmark for a GitLab Group you'll auto-select all of its child GitLab Subgroups and Projects. Selecting a GitLab Group will also automatically connect any future Projects belonging to that Group with PullRequest.
Q: I don't see the Group or Project I'm trying to add. How do I add it?
A: It's likely that the GitLab account used to connect with PullRequest is not an admin or maintainer. Reach out to a team member with these credentials and ask them to sign up for PullRequest and connect. At that point, Project and Group details should be available to non-maintainer members in PullRequest.
Repositories should now appear on the PullRequest dashboard page when the GitLab Group is selected from the drop-down at the top of the screen.
UP NEXT: Assign a code review to PullRequest
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