Commit 9822bce4 authored by Job van der Voort's avatar Job van der Voort 🚤

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### Your issue is the Single Source of Truth
## Your issue is the Single Source of Truth
As mentioned in my previous post, [always start with an issue][start-issue].
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![Link to comments](/images/blogimages/connect-commentlink.png)
### Referencing what's related
## Referencing what's related
Add [references] in issue or merge request descriptions or in comments.
This will update the issue with info about anything related.
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review, so you can share your work with others.
In this way you can reference related work, and hopefully reduce duplicate effort.
### Labels and milestones at a glance
## Labels and milestones at a glance
Add [labels] for categorization.
Labels can have a description and a color.
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You can also view [milestones across an entire group][group-milestones].
### References in Commits and Code review
## References in Commits and Code review
Similar to references on merge requests, you can add references in commit messages.
Further details are in documentation for [GitLab Flow commit messages][glf-commit].
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and the rules of referencing apply.
You can also link directly to lines of code in comments.
### @Mention others and assign
## @Mention others and assign
GitLab is a platform for collaborating.
You can mention people with @username and ask them to provide feedback in
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person who presses the final merge button.
Hence, only one person can be assigned at a time.
### What will this merge request resolve? Close issues automatically.
## What will this merge request resolve? Close issues automatically.
In your merge request description add "Closes #123" or "Fixes #123".
When you merge that branch, GitLab will close the issues you
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and then have to remember to close related issues.
Let GitLab do that for you.
### Live tutorial: GitLab workflow
## Live tutorial: GitLab workflow
In our next webcast on March 10th, we'll dig into the GitLab workflow outlined
above, and you can ask questions live about getting the most out of GitLab.
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