Vectorly integrates with various third-party tools. Connect task managers and messengers to keep track of your tasks, discuss them at meetings, create and export new ones, as well as monitor the workload of your team members.

For more detail on how to add an integration for each of the supported third-party integrations, refer to the appropriate article below:

What do I do?

Open the "Settings & Billing" section and go to "Integrations" tab.

By default, only the Admin and Owner roles have access to this section

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Find the service you need in a list and click "Connect". Follow the instructions in your browser. After connecting the integration, you will return to Vectorly.

Gitlab

Integration with GitLab allows you to use a special plugin: GitLab Pull Requests Vapp during a meeting. Add it to the agenda to discuss a team member's commits for a certain period.

To connect the integration, you have to be an administrator in GitLab

Open the "Settings and Billing" section and go to "Integrations" tab. Find GitLab in the list and click "Connect with Gitlab".

If your team uses a custom domain, select it in the upper right corner. And add the address to the input form that appears. Skip this step if you are using the standard domain GitLab.com

In the next step, we need a token. Here you will find detailed instruction on how to obtain it on Gitlab. Paste the received token into the input line and click "Connect".

Trello

Open the "Settings and Billing" section and go to "Integrations" tab. Find Trello in the list and click "Connect Trello Team".

Agree to allow VectorlyApp to access your Trello account by clicking "Allow" at the end of the page.

Jira

Integration with Jira allows you to track the progress of tasks from the task manager in Vectorly, attach skills to tasks and track their growth.

In addition, with the integration, you can add a special plugin to meetings: Vapp tasks from Jira. Add it to the meeting agenda to get a list of tasks completed by the employee for a specific period.

Also, during a meeting, you can create and send a new task to Jira without leaving the meeting.

To connect the integration, open the "Settings & Billing" section, and go to the "Integrations" tab. Find Jira in the list and click "Connect Jira App".

On the page that opens, agree to grant Vectorly access to your Jira account.

If you have multiple projects in Jira, you will need to choose which project Vectorly will integrate with.

The next step is to select the columns from your project where you move completed tasks.

If you have colleagues in Jira who are not using Vectorly yet, you can invite them to our app in the "New Users" section. Check team members to send them invitations. And click "Done".

If your team members from Jira already joined Vectorly, you can match their Task Manager accounts to Vectorly accounts.

If their email in Jira matches the mail in Vectorly, we will automatically detect them and display in a separate list in the "Matched Users" block.

You can match user accounts even if they are not automatically identified. To do this, click the "Invite to Vectorly" button opposite the name of the employee from Jira and select a colleague's account in Vectorly from the list.

Click "Done" to the right of the list to complete the integration.

Asana

Integration with Asana allows you to track the progress of tasks from the task manager in Vectorly, attach skills to tasks and track their growth.

In addition, with the integration, you can add a special plugin to meetings: Vapp tasks from Asana. Add it to the meeting agenda to get a list of tasks completed by the employee for a specific period.

Also, during a meeting, you can create and send a new task to Asana without leaving the meeting.

To connect the integration, open the "Settings & Billing" section, and go to the "Integrations" tab. Find Asana in the list and click "Connect Asana App".

The next step is to select the columns from your project where you move completed tasks.

If you have colleagues in Asana who are not using Vectorly yet, you can invite them to our app in the "New Users" section. Check team members to send them invitations. And click "Done".

If your team members from Asana already joined Vectorly, you can match their Task Manager accounts to Vectorly accounts.

If their email in Jira matches the mail in Vectorly, we will automatically detect them and display in a separate list in the "Matched Users" block.

You can match user accounts even if they are not automatically identified. To do this, click the "Invite to Vectorly" button opposite the name of the employee from Jira and select a colleague's account in Vectorly from the list.

Click "Done" to the right of the list to complete the integration.

Slack

Integration with Slack allows you to receive notifications and analytics from Vectorly in Slack.

To connect the integration, you have to be a server administrator in Slack

Open the "Settings & Billing" section and go to "Integrations" tab. Find Slack in the list and click "Connect with Slack".

If you have multiple Slack workspaces, in the upper right corner you can choose which server to integrate with Vectorly. Give consent for the app to access your workspace at the end of the page.

If you have team members in your Slack workspace who are not yet using Vectorly, we will suggest inviting them to the system. Check the boxes next to colleagues' names to send them invitations. And click "Done" to the right of the list. Vectorly invites will come to users in Slack.

If Vectorly already has your Slack colleagues, you can map their Slack accounts to Vectorly accounts. Click on the "Invite to Vectorly" button and select a colleague to match from the list. Click "Finish" to the right of the list to complete the integration.

Discord

To connect the integration, you must be a server administrator in Discord


Open the "Settings & Billing" section and go to the "Integrations" tab. Find Discord in the list and click "Connect with Discord".

On the page that opens, select a server to connect to and click "Continue".


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