Integrate Teamplify with the tools that your team already uses. You can connect any number of integrations to your Teamplify workspace. You can also mix cloud and on-premise integrations.
Many of your cloud integrations can also serve as authentication providers. This means that, in addition to using them as data sources for Teamplify, you can use these services to log in to your Teamplify workspace.
|Data being analyzed||Auth provider|
|Slack||Messages in public channels||Yes|
We also support on-premises integrations, which can't be used as authentication providers. Though all other features are fully supported, you won't be able to log in to Teamplify via these services.
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|GitLab self-managed||Commits, Issues|
We've recorded a quick 3-min tutorial on how to configure Teamplify with integrations:
To add an integration, go to the Integrations section in your Teamplify Workspace. You'll see your connected integrations and the list of potential new integrations.
In the "Add an integration" block, click the service you want to connect and follow the instructions. Once the service is connected, it'll appear in the "Connected Integrations" list. There you can review its synchronization status.
To remove an integration, click the service's icon, then click the "Disconnect" button.
Teamplify gathers all the work your team does in one calendar view. To do this, Teamplify needs to know which accounts a team member is linked to. After you've added a team member, please check their profile and make sure their connected accounts have the correct associations. For example:
Each team member can configure their own connected accounts, and organization admins can do so for any team member within their organization.
Besides linking work activity, Teamplify can also use connected accounts to authenticate users through supported authentication providers. Additionally, connecting their Slack account lets members perform a variety of actions from directly within the Slack workspace, like manage time off.
Besides connected accounts, code hosting integrations also require you to specify the commit emails associated with a workspace member. This is set on the member's profile page. Teamplify will detect whether an email was found in connected organization repositories, and provide a hint in the interface: