Bugsnag integrates with the most popularly used issue trackers. In this guide, learn why it’s valuable to integrate Bugsnag with your tools and some best practices for getting the most out the integration. See all integrations.
Errors are dynamic — their states frequently change with new releases or your own progress bug fixing, but tracking these changes in multiple tools can be a challenge. When you integrate Bugsnag with your issue tracker, some of this work is automated for you. It also makes your error data immediately actionable, giving you a clear path forward anytime you identify a bug that needs fixing.
Simply, create an issue for your team with a single click from the Bugsnag dashboard to get it moved into your debugging workflow.
Once integrated, you can:
Bugsnag’s two-way sync integrations ensure your error statuses are up to date across your tools automatically. You can update the status in Bugsnag and it will be reflected in your issue tracker. Alternatively, you can update the status in your issue tracker which will reflect the change in Bugsnag. This makes staying up to date on the status of errors much easier.
Once you’ve integrated Bugsnag and your issue tracker, take some time to establish a clear process for using the integration. Here are some things to consider when establishing the process:
Make sure no important errors slip through the cracks. Once you’ve created an issue or ticket, you can use the Assign function in Bugsnag to make sure the relevant person sees the bug. They’ll be able to go to the ticket directly from the Bugsnag error.