📈 Activity Monitor
The Activity Monitor combines all of your organizations activity in one single view.
Filter by contributor or repo to see your recent work or work from your teammates - perfect for getting a quick recap of your work before standup!
You just shipped an awesome new feature, and want to let your teammates know what it is, how it works, and where to find it. Make an Announcement in Ship to whichever teammates need to know!
When creating an Announcement, you'll be able to provide as much detail as you'd like on whatever it is you are pushing. Also, you'll be able to select from a number of options of where your teammates can find the feature:
- Over the air update
- Testflight build
- Play Console
- Web update
- Install a new file
Based on which option you select, you will be prompted to add a URL where your teammates can access the new build to test your feature.
Announcements will appear in the inbox of whoever you send it to.
Know exactly what's available to test, and where to find it, by checking your Inbox.
When teammates make Announcements, they will appear here in your inbox. Announcements will include a headline, description, and a message about where to find this new feature - and in some cases, a URL will be provided to access the feature directly!
Sometimes things break, and you need to get the team together to discuss what went wrong. In those moments, you can Discuss and event via Ship's integration with Slack!
Just tap the Discuss button on a workflow event, and a new thread will be created for Slack. Discuss the situation in that thread and watch the message count go up.
In the future, you can come back and reference this thread if you need to recall some information that helped you get your pipeline back on track.
🛠 The Fix Team
Fixing breakages quickly is key. Knowing when a build fails, and that someone is on fixing it, is essential when working remotely or asynchronously.
When a build fails, use the Fix Team feature to communicate to your team that you are on it. That way, everyone knows that you've acknowledged the failed build and are working towards fixing it. This helps give everyone peace of mind to focus on their own tasks.
Need help fixing a failed build? Other team members can jump in to help! You'll be notified when they do.