If you're not already connected to an issue tracking service, initially this section will list all available services.
- Azure DevOps
- Bitbucket (cloud)
- GitHub (cloud or Enterprise)
- GitLab (cloud or Self-Managed)
- Jira (cloud or Server)
- YouTrack (cloud)
Once you’ve connected to your team’s issue tracking service, all issues assigned to you will be listed in the Issues section of the CodeStream pane.
Note that you can be connected to multiple services at once, simply by selecting them from the dropdown list.
Click on an issue to start work by creating a feature branch, updating the ticket status, and even updating your status on Slack.
When you hover over an issue's row you'll see an option to view the issue on your issue-tracking service toward the end of the row.
For many services you can also filter the list. For example, if you’re connected to Trello, you can filter to see a specific list or set of lists.
For Jira, Jira Server, GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab and GitLab Self-Managed you can even create custom filters. Note that there are some special guidelines when creating a custom query for GitHub and GitHub Enterprise or for GitLab and GitLab Self-Managed.
Hover over the section's heading for more options.
Click on the refresh button to update the list with any recently added tickets.
Click “New issue" (although it may be labelled differently based on the selected service) to create a issue in your issue tracking service right from CodeStream. You can even associate that ticket with a block of code in your editor!
If you need to work on something that doesn’t have an associated ticket, you can click “Start ad-hoc Work” to get started without a ticket.