At Tettra, our product and engineering team relies heavily on using GitHub. We’ve found GitHub to be the cornerstone for most of the product teams using Tettra, so we wanted to make life a little easier for everyone (ourselves included). In comes the Tettra/GitHub integration to the rescue!
Reference GitHub issues directly from a Tettra page
The Tettra GitHub integration allows you to search for and reference GitHub issues directly from a Tettra page. You no longer have to worry about searching through your repository for an issue, grabbing the link, and pasting it into your knowledge management system – we do the work for you to keep you from multi-platform fatigue.
When you click the # button and start searching for an issue, Tettra uses your keywords to search through issue titles and content to present you with the relevant options.
View high-level insight into linked issues without leaving the page
Our integration also uses helpful metadata to show you if the referenced issue is open (green icon) or closed (red icon). You can rest easy knowing you’ll never need to double check to see if this info is up to date; Tettra automatically updates your linked issues when they’ve been closed or opened.
You may also be able to get the information you need from an issue without ever having to leave Tettra! Hover over a referenced issue and immediately see meta information like labels, timestamps, and comments.
Manage your integration from your Team Settings
Edit which repositories your Tettra account is connected to at any time. Settings management is a breeze when you can alter these permissions and repositories quickly from the Tettra Team Settings page.
We’ve got you covered on security, too. When you connect your GitHub repositories, Tettra gains read access to metadata and read/write access to issues, but will never be able to access to any of your code.
Our GitHub integration is just one facet of how Tettra works well for your Product and Engineering teams. For more information on how your team can use Tettra, check out our Product & Engineering Use Case page!