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What is Mergify about?

Pull requests automation service. Merge your pull requests faster with automatic merges and a merge queue. Mergify is a Code review application available in the GitHub marketplace.

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Stop checking your email or your GitHub notifications. Axolo sends the notifications from Mergify in the corresponding pull request channel in Slack.

Mergify integration with Axolo

Axolo is a productivity app for engineering teams. We open one ephemeral channel for each of your pull request in order to improve engineers collaboration during code reviews.

What are Mergify features in GitHub?

Mergify is a pull request automation service, triggering actions when a pull request matches defined criteria. 🤖 For example, in a few lines of YAML, you can write a rule that automatically merges a pull request if: [x] it has been approved [x] the test suite passes Take a look at our examples. Mergify executes actions for you, freeing you from the burden of managing your pull requests. 🦾 🚥 Merge Mergify works by applying rules on your pull requests. You can for example, automatically merge a pull request with: pull_request_rules: - name: automatic merge when CI passes and 2 reviews conditions: - "#approved-reviews-by>=2" - status-success=Travis CI - Pull Request - label!=work-in-progress actions: merge: method: merge priority: high Mergify will press the merge button for you automatically. Mergify also offers a merge queue where you can set priorities. 🤖 Automation Mergify also provides tons of actions, such as: Adding/removing labels Requesting reviews Reviewing Posting comments Rebasing Closing Copying to another branch Deleting a branch All of those can be used to automate completely your GitHub workflow.

Learn more about Mergify on the GitHub marketplace.

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