- Using Yetto
- Labeling issues
- Searching issues
- Commenting on issues
- Mentioning others in issues
- Assigning issues
- Cross-referencing issues
Before installing Yetto, make sure you have an active GitHub account and a GitHub repository to use for your customer communications.
On the Yetto app page on GitHub, click Install.
Select the "Only select repositories" option.
Select at least one repository to use with Yetto. You may use as many repositories as you want with Yetto, but each must have a separate, unique email address.
Note: Yetto needs "Read" access to your repository metadata, which allows us to recognize your repository as a user of the Yetto app. Yetto also needs "Read and Write" access to issues in your repository in order to post messages as comments from users and send your comments to users as messages. For more information, see GitHub App Permissions in the GitHub Developer Documentation.
Click Install. GitHub will redirect you to the Yetto sign up page.
On the Yetto sign up page, complete the form with the contact email address where you want to receive Yetto account information and notifications. We won't share this email address with anyone.
Within a few minutes, you'll receive an email at your contact email address with a verification link. Click the link to verify the new email address. The link is only valid for 24 hours. If the email hasn't arrived after fifteen minutes, first check your spam folder, then contact us.
When your email address is verified, you'll be redirected to the Yetto site to complete your payment information. When you're finished, click Let's go!.
Once we validate your payment, you can configure your email to forward incoming messages to the Yetto service.