Moving from Beta to Stable - Gitential V2.0 is out!

Release notes for new version April 2021

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Run-through

We promised you Pull Request analytics and more overall improvements – here they are! In April 2021 Gitential’s advancing from its beta version to the first official version running on Kubernetes. With the new cloud-native infrastructure we can scale the resources more efficiently and resiliently.

What’s new?

  • Introducing pull-request analytics
  • Login with LinkedIn
  • Refreshed header view with profile avatar and status indicator of the current subscription – Trial, Free, Pro
  • Profile settings

What have we fixed?

  • Simplified collaboration – you can invite multiple members at the same time and they will receive an email notification about the invitation
  • Speed improvement for dashboard and project summary pages
  • New, simplified registration form for free-trial
  • Fixed inconsistency between some charts
  • Our frontend views are more resilient to partially missing data

Impact on you as a User

Pull Request Analytics

Pull Requests are the most commonly used solution for peer code reviews, and development work synchronization. The new version of Gitential shows charts for:

  • Pull Requests,
  • Pull Request Cycle Time,
  • Pull Request Size,
  • and Pull Request Reviews.

Thanks to those insights you have full visibility of your processes, delivery speed, work allocation, and you can easily spot the areas in need of improvement, like bottlenecks in your project delivery.
You can deep dive into details by collecting PR data from the four major Git Platforms: GitHub, GitLab, Azure DevOps, Bitbucket.


Here are highlights of what you’ll be able to track thanks to our new charts:

 

Speed

Speed up your releases by understanding your current PR cycle time and which phases are the slowest in your current process

Efficiency

How much time are your teams spending on waste? With PR Merge Ratio you will get visibility on how much of the code is getting written and thrown away without ever getting released.

pull_request_size

Work Allocation

Get better visibility on what your team is working on and how much. Next to the number and size of commits now you will be able to see the Pull Request Size too.

Collaboration

Adding analytics about the Review process will help you understand how your team is collaborating with each other on pull requests.

Login with LinkedIn

You don’t need to have your own repositories to take advantage of Gitential. Now you can connect with your LinkedIn account and join your team in reviewing analytics of their repositories. We dedicated this solution to all business-related team members of technical projects who don’t have git repositories of their own but could still use good analytics for their ongoing projects.

Linkedin Login

Refreshed Header

Now you can easily check when your free trial is ending, if your professional subscription is on, or upgrade your free account after clicking on View Plans. Your avatar picture ads more personal touch to your workspace.

Moving from Beta to Stable - Gitential V2.0 is out! - Release Note 2021-04-26

We also created an “Add Members” button, so you can add multiple collaborators at once via email right after you log in.

Profile Settings

From now on you can customize your first and last name, company details and update your profile email if needed.

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