GitLab two-way integration

Establish deep two-way workflows between the apps and tools you use. Unito syncs issues back and forth between GitLab and your other work software based on simple rules and filters set by you.

Customize your workflow with the perfect pair

Example rules for a GitLab sync

Two-way integrations between GitLab and your other tools

Unito connects your GitLab projects with your other tools and keeps everything in sync. New issues and their updates flow seamlessly back and forth between GitLab and the rest of your stack.

Map fields between the apps you are integrating

Define how and what information is synced

You determine exactly what information flows from your GitLab projects to other tools and vice-versa. Create rules and filter project issues based on your requirements, so only the right information is shared. Then, define how fields are mapped between your tools, so everything is always where you need it to be.

"We use Unito to synchronize our Asana projects with GitLab. Asana tasks go back to GitLab when we add an expanded tag to our Asana tasks. Closing the tasks on the GitLab side passes the Asana tasks to finished status. [...] The synchronization feature is powerful. It allows you to connect two applications and keep them up to date."

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Unito syncs the following fields:

Issue fields One-way icon: info Two-way icon: info
Assignee icon: info
Created by icon: info
Comment icon: info
Description icon: info
Due date icon: info
Issue number icon: info
Issue id icon: info
Label icon: info
Milestone icon: info
State icon: info
Title icon: info
Link to issue icon: info
Weight icon: info

See everything Unito's GitLab integration can do in the Unito Help Center.