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Advice & answers from the codebeat team

New to codebeat? Want to learn more about our tool or how it can help you developer better code? You're in the right place! Go ahead and browse our documentation; you should find all the answers there.

You can also reach us directly through the live chat icon placed in the bottom right-hand corner.

Adding a new project

On your dashboard, choose the service your want to use from the three tabs (GitHub, Bitbucket or Self-hosted Git repository).
You'll see a big green button saying New Project, just like the one below:

Using GitHub/Bitbucket

If you've already linked a GitHub or Bitbucket account (if not, have a look here Linking with Github/Bitbucket), simply choose a repository you want to start tracking, choose a branch and click Start tracking. codebeat will now start analyzing every commit you push to this repo and reporting any problems with it.

Using self-hosted Git repository

If you're using a self-hosted repository, please have a look at the section Using codebeat with a self-hosted repo.

Adding a new project