Introduced in GitLab 13.6.
Exporting merge requests CSV enables you and your team to export all the data collected from merge requests into a comma-separated values (CSV) file, which stores tabular data in plain text.
To export merge requests to CSV, navigate to your Merge requests from the sidebar of a project and click Export to CSV.
The following table shows what attributes will be present in the CSV.
|Title||Merge request title|
|Description||Merge request description|
|MR ID||MR |
|URL||A link to the merge request on GitLab|
|State||Opened, Closed, Locked, or Merged|
|Source Branch||Source branch|
|Target Branch||Target branch|
|Source Project ID||ID of the source project|
|Target Project ID||ID of the target project|
|Author||Full name of the merge request author|
|Author Username||Username of the author, with the @ symbol omitted|
|Assignees||Full names of the merge request assignees, joined with a |
|Assignee Usernames||Username of the assignees, with the @ symbol omitted|
|Approvers||Full names of the approvers, joined with a |
|Approver Usernames||Username of the approvers, with the @ symbol omitted|
|Merged User||Full name of the merged user|
|Merged Username||Username of the merge user, with the @ symbol omitted|
|Milestone ID||ID of the merge request milestone|
|Created At (UTC)||Formatted as |
|Updated At (UTC)||Formatted as |
In GitLab 14.7 and earlier, the first two columns were
MR ID and
which caused an issue
when importing back into GitLab.
- Export merge requests to CSV is not available at the Group’s merge request list.
- As the merge request CSV file is sent as an email attachment, the size is limited to 15MB to ensure successful delivery across a range of email providers. If you need to minimize the size of the file, you can narrow the search before export. For example, you can set up exports of open and closed merge requests in separate files.