Learn how to setup a Bugsnag integration with GitHub Issues.
The GitHub Issues integration allows an issue to be created in GitHub for errors that are reported to Bugsnag.
In Bugsnag, set up the GitHub Issues integration from Project Settings > Issue tracker, then select GitHub Issues from the Available integrations section.
Issues can be create manually or automatically. Once an error has a linked issue, a comment will be added to the issue when the error changes between open and fixed, and when a comment is added to the error in Bugsnag.
Create an issue manually by clicking on the ! icon on the Bugsnag dashboard.
To link an error to an existing issue, select Link to an existing GitHub issue and enter the issue’s URL.
An issue can be created automatically when a new error is received. Select Create an issue for each new error.
Filters can be configured to define which errors should automatically create an issue in GitHub Issues. An issue will be created the first time an error occurs in a matching release stage, if there is no existing issue.
Basic filtering is provided for severity, type, and release stage.
Advanced filtering leverages Bookmarks to enable you to create issues based on any field you can filter on using the filter bar. Advanced filtering is available on Standard and Enterprise plans.
The GitHub Issues integration has two way sync capabilities which means that errors in Bugsnag can be kept in sync with the linked issue in GitHub.
To enable two-way sync select Two-way sync and enable the automations you require.
The access token used to configure the integration requires the following permissions:
repo(for private repos)
repo_public(for public repos)
admin:repo_hook(for two-way sync)
If your server’s policy denies access from external IP addresses and websites, you will need to whitelist the IP addresses below. A whitelist provides access to designated IP addresses and sites that would otherwise be prevented by your security policy.