You can find the available integrations under your project’s Settings > Integrations page. You need to have at least the Maintainer role on the project.
Like plugins, integrations allow you to integrate GitLab with other applications, adding additional features. For more information, read the overview of integrations or learn how to manage your integrations:
- For GitLab 13.3 and later, read Project integration management.
- For GitLab 13.2 and earlier, read Integration Management, which replaced the deprecated Service Templates removed in GitLab 14.0.
Project webhooks allow you to trigger a URL if for example new code is pushed or a new issue is created. You can configure webhooks to listen for specific events like pushes, issues or merge requests. GitLab sends a POST request with data to the webhook URL.
Learn more about webhooks.