Get a personal dashboard for your GitLab data that can be easily modified to suit your needs
Your GitLab data is now securely showing in Personal dashboard
Revamp the way you handle your GitLab data with adenin. By integrating GitLab with Adaptive Cards, you can create a fluid, visually pleasing team dashboard for managers and teams to keep track of all the necessary data in real time. This not only makes the information more accessible but also streamlines your workflow – now that's what we call working smarter, not harder!
Here's what you get when you integrate GitLab with Adaptive Cards via adenin:
So, why wait? Start your free account with adenin and redefine efficiency and productivity with the GitLab and Adaptive Cards integration. It's time to work smarter, not harder!
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Click the Add button belowAdd GitLab to adenin
Either log in or create your free adenin account. Then you will be directed to your personal dashboard where the installation of your GitLab integration will start.
Follow the steps in the modal by clicking Next including selecting your data source, authorizing your GitLab account and more attributes (if they are required).
At the end click Finish and our built-in smart technology generates a Card with the live data it received from the GitLab API.
Your Card will now appear on your adenin dashboard.
Modify or embed your GitLab Adaptive Card from the ··· button in the top right-hand corner of your card:
Click Edit in Designer to open the Card’s layout in the low-code Adaptive Card designer.
To begin, add the adenin’s Personal dashboard integration to your Personal dashboard account.
adenin’s Personal dashboard integration isn't just limited to Collaboration applications, such as GitLab. Truly transform your Personal dashboard experience by simply browsing our App Directory for all your other work tools.
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