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Not only can you import issues from GitHub for prioritization in Ducalis, you can also create issues for GitHub. Push to GitHub allows you to quickly create issues for your GitHub backlog without having to leave Ducalis.

You can add to GitHub backlog:

  1. Issues you created in a Prioritization board.
  2. Idea added to your voting board.

Pushing Issues you Created in a Prioritization Board

In a prioritization board, Issues created in Ducalis have the Ducalis icon, and those imported from GitHub will have the GitHub icon. 

  1. Choose the Ducalis issue that you want to add to your GitHub product backlog and click Details to open the issue card. You can also use the keyboard shortcut ].
  1. On the issue’s card click the push to GitHub icon.
  1. Fill in the details of the issue you want to create.
  2. When you are done filling in the fields click Create issue.
  1. An issue from Ducalis in GitHub.

If the GitHub issue you created does not match the Import filters it will not appear in the Ducalis board. To see it in Ducalis you should change the Import filters.

Pushing Ideas Added to your Voting Board

You also have the ability to add the ideas added to your Voting board to your GitHub backlog. 

  1. In a Prioritization board heard over to Public Ideas to access new ideas added to your Voting board. 
  2. Choose the idea that you want to add to your GitHub product backlog.
  1. On the idea’s card click +New, then from the dropdown menu select In GitHub (Linked with Ducalis).
  1. Fill in the details of the issue you want to create.
  2. After filling the fields click Create issue.
  1. An Issue in GitHub created from a Voting board.

If the GitHub issue you created does not match the Import filters it will not appear in Ducalis. To see it in Ducalis you should change the Import filters.

Updated on October 25, 2022

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