You can create issues on Github directly from BugBase
- A Github Account.
- BugBase Company Account with an Active Program.
To setup your Github integration:
- 1.Navigate to Your Program Dashboard > Settings > Integrations.
Connecton the Github Integration Card.
- 3.Then you will get a prompt for confirmation, then Click
- 4.Login with your Github account and you will be redirected back to Bugbase.
- 5.Click on
Complete Setupon the Github Integration Card.
- 6.Now Enter your Github username in the Owner Field and Select the Type of Account you have ( organization or user) and click on
- 7.Select the name of the repository you want to connect to and click on
- 8.Now in the settings section select if you want to close the issue on github you created when the corresponding linked report on bugbase is closed.
Now that you have integrated with Github, you can:
- Create a Github issue from your Bugbase report.
- Get two way seamless updates to the issue from Bugbase and vice versa.
- Close the Github issue when the corresponding linked report on bugbase is closed.
Once your GitHub integration has been set up, to create an issue in GitHub from your Bugbase report:
- 1.Go your
Reportssection and click on the report you want to create an issue for.
- 2.Click on
Create a Github issue.
- 3.Enter Issue title, description (optional) and select an assignee (optional).
Create an Issue.
The Bugbase report will now show as an issue in your GitHub repository.
The following actions in Bugbase will be posted as a comment in your GitHub issue:
- Comments : When someone comments on a report, an update will be posted on the associated GitHub issue.
- Status Change : When someone changed the status of the report, an update will be posted on the associated GitHub issue.
- Close Report : When someone closes a report, an update will be posted on the associated GitHub issue and also the issue gets closed ( optional ).