GitLab Documentation

GitLab quick actions

Quick actions are textual shortcuts for common actions on issues or merge requests that are usually done by clicking buttons or dropdowns in GitLab's UI. You can enter these commands while creating a new issue or merge request, and in comments. Each command should be on a separate line in order to be properly detected and executed. The commands are removed from the issue, merge request or comment body before it is saved and will not be visible to anyone else.

Below is a list of all of the available commands and descriptions about what they do.

Command Action
/close Close the issue or merge request
/reopen Reopen the issue or merge request
/merge Merge (when pipeline succeeds)
/title <New title> Change title
/assign @user1 @user2 Add assignee(s)
/reassign @user1 @user2 Change assignee(s)
/unassign @user1 @user2 Remove all or specific assignee(s)
/milestone %milestone Set milestone
/remove_milestone Remove milestone
/label ~foo ~"bar baz" Add label(s)
/unlabel ~foo ~"bar baz" Remove all or specific label(s)
/relabel ~foo ~"bar baz" Replace all label(s)
/todo Add a todo
/done Mark todo as done
/subscribe Subscribe
/unsubscribe Unsubscribe
/due <in 2 days | this Friday | December 31st> Set due date
/remove_due_date Remove due date
/wip Toggle the Work In Progress status
/estimate <1w 3d 2h 14m> Set time estimate
/remove_estimate Remove estimated time
/spend <1h 30m | -1h 5m> Add or subtract spent time
/remove_time_spent Remove time spent
/target_branch <Branch Name> Set target branch for current merge request
/award :emoji: Toggle award for :emoji:
/weight <1-9> Set the weight of the issue
/clear_weight Clears the issue weight
/board_move ~column Move issue to column on the board
/duplicate #issue Closes this issue and marks it as a duplicate of another issue

Note: In GitLab EES every issue can have more than one assignee, so commands /assign, /unassign and /reassign support multiple assignees.