Not seeing repositories that should be available? Not sure the difference between personal and Workspace repositories in ClickUp?
This article will help you!
My repositories vs repositories added to ClickUp
My repositories from GitLab
These are repositories that you personally have access to in GitLab.
The first step in setting up our GitLab integration is authorizing ClickUp's access to these repos so that you can bring them into your ClickUp Workspace's repos. Either HTTP or HTTPS is required to access your hosted servers.
Make sure to use the base URL of your GitLab server (e.g., https://gitlab.mycompany.com).
Note: For security purposes, we require all GitLab integrations that use a Self-Hosted GitLab instance to have a Top Level Domain (TLD). We do not allow IP addresses or domains that are not recognized as a Top Level Domain.
GitLab repositories added to ClickUp
This is a list of all repos your Workspace has access to in ClickUp. Repos here indicate that members of your Workspace have authorized them to be accessed by your entire ClickUp Workspace.
Note: In order to use GitLab repos in ClickUp, they must be added to your ClickUp Workspace Repos.
Repos have been added. What next?
It's time to connect those repos that your Workspace has been granted access to with the Spaces that need them.
A GitLab Development Space now has access to the
my-gitlab-repo repo which was previously authorized by a member of the team.
Having more trouble?
Sometimes, you might accidentally connect with the wrong GitLab account - or maybe there's been an issue with the connection. In this case, you might want to disconnect and reconnect your repos or your entire account.
This can be done from the integrations page in ClickUp 2.0 or the App Center in ClickUp 3.0 using these options:
Need to troubleshoot with a GitLab representative? Request GitLab's customer support here.