Curious about our Slack integration?
The Slack integration provides you with the notification features you'd expect: whenever a new bug gets submitted, we will notify your team on Slack. That way, your whole team is always on the same page about new bugs with all the details available at hand.
1. Go to your workspace settings and navigate to Integration settings. Find Slack and click on the “Connect” button.
2. Input all authentication steps in the popup to connect Bugpilot to your Slack channel.
3. After the integration has been successfully added, the information about your integration will be visible in the following format: You have configured 1 4. Slack integration: Send a message to #<channel_name> in the <workspace_name> team every time a new report gets submitted on <your_tool_name>.
Receive comprehensive bug tickets in JIRA directly through Bugpilot. No need to switch between applications to collect bug information that developers need. Each JIRA issue comes with complete console logs, system information, network requests, click events, and more. This feature makes resolution time much faster.
1. Go to your workspace settings and navigate to Integration settings.
2. Find Jira integration and click “Connect”.
3. You will get redirected to Atlassian. Input all authentication steps in the new tab to connect Bugpilot to your Jira account.
4. Go back to Bugpilot and select the project and type of issue for the incoming Bugpilot reports.
We have built a great solution to allow you to connect Bugpilot with more apps, making it easier for you to speed up your bug reporting workflow. With the Zapier integration, you can connect Bugpilot with other apps such as Notion, ClickUp, Asana, Gitlab, Intercom (and 4,000 more) to create custom workflows.
Here's an example workflow with Gmail you can try to get started:
1. Go to Zapier and create a Zap workflow.
2. Find Bugpilot and set it as a trigger app to start.
3. Select “New Bug Report” as a trigger event.
4. Complete all authentications.
5. Test Trigger.
6. In the Action app, select Notion as the other app to send trigger data to
7. Click “Create Page”.
8. Complete all authentications.
9. Fill in all Set up action fields. You can enrich them with auto Insert data options containing all Bugpilot session data (e.g. Browser and system info, session URL, time stamp and more).
10. Test the action if needed and turn on the Zap workflow.
11. Go back to Bugpilot to submit a new report.
12. You should see a new page in Notion with your predefined details.