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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…

ScrumDo 3s GitHub

Here at ScrumDo headquarters, we rely on GitHub for a whole bunch of things. About a year ago, we rolled out our Github Issues extra that helps sync your issues with your stories. Unfortunately, the way we made that extra had some fundamental problems. Among those problems, two stuck out… It relied on polling GitHub…

GitHub commit messages

Now, you can post your GitHub commit messages into your ScrumDo project’s scrum log. To do that: On GitHub, go to your repo’s page. Select “Admin” Select “Service Hooks” Find the ScrumDo option, and fill in the requested fields. Now, every time you push a set of changes to GitHub, an entry will be made…