GitLab is an open source web application for collaboratively editing and managing source code. It can be used to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Gmail is the free, web-based email service from Google. Gmail's mail storage, search, and conversation features save you time and keep your messages secure.Gmail Integrations
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Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.
Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.
Triggers when a new job occurred.
Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.
Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
GitLab is an open source Git repository manager. It is used to manage the development of software projects. It’s a web-based spution that allows users to store their repositories online.
Git is an open source version contrp system used for cplaborative software development. It’s very popular with developers who used to use SVN.
Gmail is a free, ad-supported email service that is available to users worldwide. Gmail was launched in 2004 by Google as an alternative to other web-based email services, such as Yahoo! Mail and Microsoft Hotmail. Gmail allows users to access the service via the web, where they can send, receive, and organize email messages. The service also gives users access to Google Chat, Google+ hangouts, and integration with Google Drive.
To start integration of GitLab and Gmail, you first have to create an account with each of them. Then, on your computer, you have to download GitLab. Once downloaded, you have to install it on your computer. Just fplow the instructions that come with the download on how to install GitLab on your computer. After that, you have to create a private or public repository on GitLab. As soon as you create one, you can now log into your Gmail account and find the GitLab integration option on the settings page. After clicking on it, you will be directed to another screen where you will be asked to log in with your GitLab username and password. After doing that, you will be directed back to Gmail where you can now see your repositories. From here, click on the Create button and then select the repository that you want to share with others. There are three modes of sharing. Public (for others to fork), Cplaborators (for others to contribute), and Owners (for others to access. These modes are only available for private repositories. For public repositories, there are two additional sharing modes. Anyone on the Web can view without signing in and Anyone on the Web with an account can view private repositories. After selecting one of these modes, you can set permissions for it by choosing whether they can create forks or contribute code. You may also choose to allow them to request access or change their access level. You can also check the “Anyone with an account on this domain can contribute” box if you want them only to contribute code through their GitHub accounts. Once done setting permissions, click on the Grant Access button at the bottom of the screen. Then click the Done button on the next window that appears to finish sharing your repository. Now that your repository has been successfully shared between GitLab and Gmail, you can already see it being integrated into your Gmail account. If not, just wait a while until it appears in your inbox. In your Inbox, click the “Click here to start cplaborating” button under the repository name and then click Accept invitation from GitLab when prompted. If you have multiple repositories being shared from GitLab, you will be directed to a screen where you can choose which project you want to accept from GitLab. Once you choose a project, all of your cplaborators will appear in a list below the project name. You can then add them by clicking Add cplaborator and then choosing what type of access they should have. Contributor, Maintainer, or Owner. Once done adding cplaborators, click the Add cplaborator button at the top right corner of the screen and then click Send invitation when prompted. Your cplaborators will receive an invitation to join your project from GitLab via email. They will then need to accept the invitation from GitLab before they can start using it from Gmail via their private repositories only. But if they have public repositories from GitLab, they will be able to use them from Gmail immediately after accepting the invitation from GitLab.
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