CodeStream now integrates with Jira, Trello, GitHub, Asana, Bitbucket, and GitLab, making it incredibly easy to create an issue tied to a specific block of code, and have that issue appear in your existing issue-tracking service.
Whether it’s an informal review of someone else’s code, or just tracking your own FIXMEs, CodeStream makes it easy to formalize these tasks. Just select the block of code, type a comment, and pick an assignee. Now, with the slew of new integrations, creating an issue on CodeStream can also automatically create an issue in Jira, Trello and other services.
To set up one of the integrations, just look for the list of services the next time you create an issue. You’ll find them at the bottom of the codemark form.
Click on one of the services and you’ll be directed to the web to authenticate with that service. When you return to CodeStream, you’ll now be able to select the appropriate board, project, or repo (depending on which service you selected) in which to create the issue.
You’ll also notice that the list of assignees to choose from now comes from the selected service. For example, if you selected a Trello board, the list of assignees to choose from would be the members of that board. You can even assign issues to teammates that aren’t on CodeStream.
Getting from point A, some code that needs work, to point B, an issue created in your service of choice, couldn’t be simpler. Try out the new integrations and let us know what you think @teamcodestream.
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