After signing up, you'll be prompted to authorize and connect with a version control hosting provider. Click the GitLab option.
You'll then be asked to authorize your GitLab user account with PullRequest.
Step 2: Select GitLab Projects
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 owner. 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-owner members in PullRequest.
Step 3: View Repositories
Repositories should now appear on the PullRequest dashboard page when the GitLab Group is selected from the Organizations drop-down menu at the top-left portion of the screen.
NOTE: This guide contains screenshots from third-party partner interfaces that may be modified without notice. If you have any issues or questions about connecting with PullRequest, please reach out to email@example.com.