What is GitMonitor?
Setup custom rules around pull requests, commits and commiters for all your Github repositories. For example, you create a rule that says "no direct commits are allowed to the master, develop or production branches".
GitMonitor is a tool in the Tools for GitHub category of a tech stack.
Who uses GitMonitor?
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- Integrates with Flowdock
- Integrates with Slack
- Push notifications to your mobile devices
- Instant email notifications
- Notification when team member commits directly to a protected branch
- Notification when a PR is merged by an un-authorized user
- Notification when a PR is merged without an 'LGTM' comment
- Notification when force-pushes to protected branches happen
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