Your engineering knowledge is more powerful when it's not siloed from the rest of your team knowledge. With Slab's GitHub integration, you can access your critical technical docs directly alongside your wiki for easy access and minimal friction.
Engineers can store their docs directly alongside their code — all while keeping workflow tools like pull requests! Markdown files from GitHub will be stored as posts in Slab for easier searching and organization. When you want to edit, we'll send you back into GitHub to ensure version control.
Within Slab, admins can go to Admin Settings → Integrations → GitHub to enable the integration, choose GitHub repos to sync, and map the repos to a topic in Slab.
Stay on top of issues and pull requests with link unfurling. Hovering over the links will show more details, including the status, date created, assignee, and issue description!
After an admin installs the integration, paste a link to a GitLab issue or PR into a Slab post and watch the issue or PR unfurl.
Need to migrate from GitHub Wiki? Our import tool can help! You can import your content with just a few clicks.
Within Slab, go to Admin Settings → Import & Export → GitHub Wiki to select repos to import.
Some features of this integration require admin installation. For more details on setting up the integration, check out our Help Center article, or get in touch with our support team!