What this article covers:
- Required permissions for each integration
In order to sync the things you care about, Unito needs the authorization to make changes within your tools. For most tools, the authorization process is fairly simple. However, there are some permissions you should check so we can sync without issues. Here are these permissions, outlined for each tool.
Just make sure the user account selected for the sync is a member of the Trello Board you want to sync.
In order to sync your Jira projects, you'll need a mix of global and project specific permissions, from login permissions to issue and comment permissions. You can find the full list of user permissions here.
If you get stuck on setting up permissions schemes in Jira, you can find a guide here.
Your account needs to be a full member of your organization, not a guest. Then, make sure the account is part of the Asana team that owns the project you want to sync.
You need to both be a member of the organization that owns the repository you want to sync and a collaborator (which is different from a contributor).
In addition, we need the repository permission that includes “repository webhooks for public and private repositories” to create webhooks. Note that we don’t need the admin:repo_hook permission. You can get more information about these permissions here.
Note: We can't sync a repository if it was forked from another repository.
Confirm that your Zendesk account has admin privileges. We need this in order to search for certain endpoints and create webhooks.
Make sure the project or folder is shared with the account you're using for the sync. Also, because all projects and folders in Wrike are private by default, the ones you want to sync need to be shared with the account used in the sync.
All you need is to make sure you're a member of the HubSpot account that needs syncing.
The GitLab account you use with Unito needs to be a member of the organization that owns the repository that you want to sync. You'll also need push — or read/write — access.
Just like GitLab and GitHub, your account needs to be part of the organization that owns the repositories you need to sync and you'll need push access. Beyond that, you'll also need the issue tracker enabled on the repository, which is disabled by default.
Being a member of the Basecamp workspace that needs syncing should be enough. No special permissions required!