For most applications, you can establish a connection by creating your own application. Instructions on how to create your app can be found here. However, some applications use a token (Access token, API token) to create a connection. In this article, we will show you how to create this token using the GitLab application as an example.

Creating a Token

1. To create a token, you need to have an account created on the site. In your account, click on your profile (your avatar). Then select edit profile (for other applications the name may be different: settings, my profile, etc.).

2. On the left bar, select "Access tokens" (API token, Create token, etc.).

3. Then choose the name of your token (optional). Then check the scopes (token rights) and click create a personal access token.

4. Your token has been created. Save your token - it will be used as access for creating your integrations.

How to use the Token

5. In Integrator, click on create a new scenario.

6. Click the plus icon and select the desired application.

7. Click on Add.

8. In the connection type, select GitLab (private token, preferred).

9. Fill in your private token and click save and you're done.

If you encounter any problems while creating your token, please do not hesitate to contact our support.