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GitLab Repository Management by Jonathan M. Hethey

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Creating a team

In order to collaborate on a project, we need more developers, which we can manage through a team in GitLab. Teams, in essence, just means more than one individual having access to certain functionalities.

Other than adding more individuals to a project, you can predefine teams by name, description, and members or import an existing team from another project.

Within a team, you can deal out the roles described earlier in this chapter. Additionally, when adding a team or importing a team from another project, you can define a maximum user role for the imported teams to limit user ranks on the current project, but not the project they originated from.

Note

Since GitLab 6, the team and group functionalities have been combined. So, permissions ...

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