We’re happy to announce our integration with GitLab. When you think of Git repository managers, Github and Bitbucket immediately come to mind, but GitLab is also very popular with over 100,000 companies using it.

Drops for GitLab

With Rindle’s Drops for GitLab, you can easily stream in any new issue from a certain project, issues assigned to you from a project, or any new merge requests.

GitLab Drops in Rindle

Once the Drop is set up, your GitLab issues automatically display on the Rindle Board and List you specified along with other tasks from Gmail, Slack, Trello, Basecamp, Todoist, JIRA, Teamwork, or Github. When you open a GitLab issue in Rindle, it looks like this:

GitLab Drop View

Rindle Automation

With Automation, you can create a rule that automatically marks a GitLab issue as closed when you mark it complete in Rindle. That saves you a trip back to GitLab and saves you time.

GitLab Automation in Rindle

That’s where we are headed with GitLab. We would love to hear your thoughts, especially if there are any other feature ideas that you would like to see.