AppSignal integrates with Pivotal Tracker, GitHub & Trello

Robert Robert Beekman on

You can now create stories, issues and cards on Pivotal Tracker, GitHub and Trello right from the AppSignal interface.

Today we’re releasing a new feature that enables you to send errors and performance incidents to your collaboration tool of choice. Whether you use Pivotal Tracker, GitHub Issues or Trello: AppSignal has got your back.

We’ve also revamped our “Service Hooks” screen and renamed it to “Integrations”. Here you can find the settings for all 3rd party integrations we support. You already knew how we integrate with Basecamp, HipChat, Slack and Flowdock to make sure you don’t miss any notifications. On the same page you’ll find the new GitHub, Pivotal Tracker and Trello integration settings.


The notification integrations are app-wide: set them up once and they work for your entire team. For issue tracker integration, each team member who wants to be able to send errors and performance incidents to one of the supported platforms needs to set things up individually. This way stories, issues and cards properly display their creator.

After you’ve set up the issue tracker integration, you can navigate to any sample and see the integration button on the top right side. If you use multiple platforms, we’ll show you multiple buttons.

pivotal tracker dialog

Clicking an integration button reveals a screen where you can edit the default description (which already includes details about this specific occurrence). Submitting the form creates the story, issue or card on the chosen platform and changes the button to a direct link to the story for future reference.

pivotal tracker success

If your favorite team chat or issue tracker is not supported, please let us know at Enjoy!

This feature is available on the Small plan and up.

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