Managing repositories

Repo tagging, deleting, processing and more.

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Repository auto-import
Overview 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. Find an overview of th...
Managing repositories
Overview Once you have created an  integration  and connected your Git host to your Flow account, you can start importing and managing your imported repos.  Managing repositories To manage and import repos, start ...
How do I delete a repo?
Overview There are two ways you can delete a repo within you account. Both methods are outlined below.  Deleting repos from your imported repos list Step 1:  On your Flow home page, go to the top navigation bar and clic...
Repo tags
Overview You can tag repos to quickly view reports for a certain app, team, or other subsections you define yourself. You can add as many tags you would like and repos can also belong to multiple tags. Creating tags through the Repos pag...
How long does it take for my repos to process?
Our system processes your most recent commits first and works in reverse chronological order.  In most cases, repos finish processing in  anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours . In some cases, we've seen repos take up t...
Repository processing statuses
Overview Once you have connected your repos to Flow, your repos will need to fully process, then every 2-3 hours they will be placed into the updating queue. Below are the different statuses you may see in this updating process.  1...
Blocked repositories
Overview Sometimes the connection to a Git host or repo becomes invalid. This could be an authentication issue or the repos could have been moved, renamed or deleted.  How do I know if my repository is not updating? Step 1: ...