Mar 11, 2016 - Heather McNamee  

GitLab Intro Webcast: Workflow

In our latest webcast, we highlighted a typical daily workflow when using GitLab. We looked at features in GitLab which emphasize conversation, collaborating early, improving discoverability, and keeping your momentum going.

Job showed how he starts his day, checking his todo list, providing feedback on issues, line-by-line code review, and getting to work on his own commits. This demo is based on GitLab Flow which is lightweight and scales easily for even large teams. Watch the recording below.

Sign up to our newsletter so you don't miss our webcasts!

In this webcast:

  • Overview of Groups and Projects
  • Always start with an issue
  • Organizing with Labels and Milestones
  • Referencing related work such as @mentions, Fixes #ID or Closes #ID
  • Q&A: Questions from webcast attendees answered live

Webcast Recording

Webcast Slides

Join our next webcasts!

Can't make these times? Register anyway, and we'll send you a link to watch later.

In our next webcast on March 24th, we'll take a look at the new features in GitLab 8.6!

  • Date: Thursday, March 24, 2016
  • Time: 5pm (17:00) UTC; 12pm EST; 9am PST
  • Register here

In the following webcast, we'll focus entirely on GitLab CI.

  • Date: Thursday, April 14, 2016
  • Time: 5pm (17:00) UTC; 12pm EST; 9am PST
  • Register here

Try all GitLab features - free for 30 days

GitLab is more than just source code management or CI/CD. It is a full software development lifecycle & DevOps tool in a single application.

Try GitLab for Free

Try GitLab risk-free for 30 days.

No credit card required. Have questions? Contact us.

Gitlab x icon svg