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Linking Git data to a task
Linking Git data to a task

Track team progress by connecting code to tasks

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Written by Iba Masood
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Linking Git data to a task

To link Git data to a task, simply add the TASK-ID to the branch name, commit message, or PR titles.

A link to the imported task will appear in the description of the synced issue inside Github.

Automated task status update

With our task automation feature, available in Co-pilot, Insights, and Enterprise workspaces, tasks that are linked to Git will automatically status based on changes made in GitHub. When a pull request is merged inside GitHub, the PR status of the linked task will change from Open to Closed. Upon changes made in the PR status, the Tara bot will immediately update the task’s status from Doing to Done in real-time.

To see the timestamp at which the status switch takes place, you can navigate to the task activity section of the task details panel.

Note that task and Git statuses from you and your teammates can be viewed on the Progress page. You can view live briefs on your team’s commits and open PRs to know where your team stands.

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