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Supporting GitHub pull requests in ScrumDo - CodeGenesys Supporting GitHub pull requests in ScrumDo - CodeGenesys

Supporting GitHub pull requests in ScrumDo

ScrumDo now support GitHub pull requests.

As a reminder, after configuring the integration, adding text like ‘Card #5’ or sd-5 to a commit message will tag that card (#5) with that commit. That same syntax now also works in the title, body, or comments of a pull request. We’ll also detect a reference in any commit that is part of that pull request. That means if you’re already using our commit message support, you’ll start seeing your pull requests show up in your cards without doing anything extra.

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After that’s done, you’ll be able to see an icon on the card on your board, it will link to the pull request and has a tooltip to tell you which one it’s for. Blue=Open and Green=Merged
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And you’ll find more info in the card edit window.

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For full documentation, see the Github Help Page.