Repositories

Learn about managing your repositories in Flow.

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Repository auto-import
The repository auto-import feature gives you the ability to have all repos import automatically. With this feature turned on, any new repo you create will automatically be imported into your account. In this article Getting started Creating...
Exclude specific directories, files, or file types from analysis
Exclude a directory, file, or file type by adding it to the ignore list. Adding a file type to the ignore list tells Flow to ignore that file type and remove it from reports. When you ignore a file type, Flow automatically reprocesses the repositor...
Managing repositories
After creating an integration and connecting your Git host to your Flow account, start importing and managing your imported repos. In this article Managing repositories Imported tab Available tab Managing repositories To m...
Do you offer support for getting my repos connected?
Yes, we can help you get set up. If you need help connecting your repos for the first time, please contact Pluralsight Support (opens email form) .   You can also check out the help docs listed below. There are a few different ways to...
Repo tags
Tag repos to quickly view reports for a certain app, team, or other subsections you define.  Add as many tags you would like and repos can also belong to multiple tags.   Once you create your repo tags, you can use the tags to quick...
Repository processing statuses
Once you connected your repos to Flow, your repos will need to fully process, then every few hours they will be placed into the updating queue. Below are the different statuses you may see in this updating process. In this article Where do I ...
OAuth permission requirements
Flow only requires read access to your repos. This permission is needed to process the metadata used to generate our reports. Many Git hosts do not offer the ability to narrow permissions down to just read-only access to private profile information...