Clubhouse

Create a more efficient workflow by linking your Sentry Issues with your Clubhouse Stories. Errors, features, and anything else you track in Clubhouse can now live side by side. The new Clubhouse integration has feature parity with the Clubhouse plugin. If you're choosing between the two, we recommend installing the Clubhouse integration.

Note: This integration won't work with self-hosted Sentry.

Installation

  1. In Sentry, navigate to Organization Settings > Integrations.

    Sentry's integrations page with Clubhouse at the top.

  2. Find the Clubhouse Integration and click Install.

  3. In the resulting modal, approve the permissions by clicking Install.

    Sentry's modal to install Clubhouse and approve permissions.

  4. Your Clubhouse Integration is ready to use!

Configuration

When linking an issue, you'll need either an existing Clubhouse Story or you'll need to create a Clubhouse Story.

Route 1: Clubhouse Story Exists

You can link a Sentry Issue to an existing Clubhouse Story.

  1. In Sentry, navigate to the specific Issue you want to link.

  2. Click on Link Clubhouse Issue under Linked Issues.

    Sentry's sidebar button for linking issues.

  3. Select the Issue you want to link.

    Sentry's modal to link an issue to an existing Story.

  4. Click Save Changes to submit the form.

  5. Click on the Clubhouse Story under Linked Issues. This will automatically take you to Clubhouse.

    Sentry's sidebar button illustrating that an issue is linked.

  6. In Clubhouse, you can review your Clubhouse Story and the linked external ticket to Sentry.

    Clubhouse web interface illustrating the linked Sentry issue.

Route 2: Create a Clubhouse Story Based on a Sentry Issue

You can take a Sentry Issue, create a Clubhouse Story, and link the two.

  1. In Sentry, navigate to the specific Issue you want to link.

  2. Click on Link Clubhouse Issue under Linked Issues.

    Sentry's sidebar button for linking issues.

  3. Add information to the created Clubhouse Story.

    A) Title of Story - auto-filled from the Sentry Issue, but also editable

    B) Description of Story - auto-filled from Sentry Issue, but also editable

    C) Project - additional data about the Project

    D) Requester - the person who created the Clubhouse Story and linked it to the Sentry Issue

    Sentry modal that creates a Clubhouse Story that's linked to a Sentry issue.

  4. Click Save Changes to submit the form.

  5. Click on the Clubhouse Story under Linked Issues. This will automatically take you to Clubhouse.

    Sentry's sidebar button illustrating that an issue is linked.

  6. In Clubhouse, you can review your Clubhouse Story and the linked external ticket to Sentry.

    Clubhouse web interface illustrating the linked Sentry issue.

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