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Integrations 1.0 Release Notes

Release date: March 20, 2018

New Integrations

  • Asana

    Asana is a task tracking tool for teams of all sizes, used to help organize, schedule, and communicate priorities for software releases, user on-boarding, goals, and more.

    This integration adds a new field for review requests for specifying a list of Asana tasks that the review request addresses. The state of each task is shown, and clicking the task will take you to the task’s page on Asana.

    See the documentation for configuration instructions.

  • Trello

    Trello is a task and project management tool for teams of all sizes. Unlike many task trackers, Trello represents tasks as cards placed into columns on a board, helping to visually organize information, what state tasks are in, and the flow of tasks.

    This integration works like the Asana integration, adding a new field for specifying any Trello cards that the review request addresses, and making it easy to get to the card by clicking its name in the field.

    See the documentation for configuration instructions.

  • Mattermost

    Mattermost is an open source chat and collaboration service similar to and largely compatible with Slack. It can be installed within a company’s network, and offers Enterprise capabilities.

    This integration provides the same capabilities offered in the Slack integration, notifying configured channels when users create or update review requests or participate in discussions.

    See the documentation for configuration instructions.

    Patch by Giulia Mattia.

  • I Done This

    I Done This is a status reporting service that’s used by teams to help keep track of team members’ progress and goals for the day.

    When the integration is enabled, Review Board can post status updates to the configured team any time a user has created or updated a review request or participated in a review.

    See the documentation for configuration instructions.

    Patch by Michael Udaltsov.

Bug Fixes

  • CircleCI and Travis CI builds no longer fail if the URL avatar service is disabled.

    Patch by James Shephard.


  • Barret Rennie
  • Christian Hammond
  • David Trowbridge
  • Giulia Mattia
  • James Shephard
  • Michael Udaltsov