Commit 39710abc authored by Achilleas Pipinellis's avatar Achilleas Pipinellis
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Remove references to old settings location

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# Project integrations
You can find the available integrations under the **Integrations** page by
navigating to the cog icon in the upper right corner of your project. You need
to have at least [master permission][permissions] on the project.
![Accessing the integrations](img/accessing_integrations.png)
You can find the available integrations under your project's
**Settings ➔ Integrations** page. You need to have at least
[master permission][permissions] on the project.
## Project services
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## Accessing the project services
You can find the available services under the **Integrations** page in your
project's settings.
You can find the available services under your project's
**Settings ➔ Integrations** page.
1. Navigate to the cog icon in the upper right corner of your project. You need
to have at least [master permission][permissions] on the project.
There are more than 20 services to integrate with. Click on the one that you
want to configure.
![Accessing the services](img/accessing_integrations.png)
1. There are more than 20 services to integrate with. Click on the one that you
want to configure.
![Project services list](img/project_services.png)
![Project services list](img/project_services.png)
Below, you will find a list of the currently supported ones accompanied with
comprehensive documentation.
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Webhooks can be used to update an external issue tracker, trigger CI jobs,
update a backup mirror, or even deploy to your production server.
Navigate to the webhooks page by going to the **Integrations** page from your
project's settings which can be found under the wheel icon in the upper right
corner.
![Accessing the integrations](img/accessing_integrations.png)
Navigate to the webhooks page by going to your project's
**Settings ➔ Integrations**.
## Webhook endpoint tips
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# Pipelines settings
To reach the pipelines settings:
1. Navigate to your project and click the cog icon in the upper right corner.
![Project settings menu](../img/project_settings_list.png)
1. Select **Pipelines** from the menu.
To reach the pipelines settings navigate to your project's
**Settings ➔ CI/CD Pipelines**.
The following settings can be configured per project.
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To protect a branch, you need to have at least Master permission level. Note
that the `master` branch is protected by default.
1. Navigate to the main page of the project.
1. In the upper right corner, click the settings wheel and select **Protected branches**.
![Project settings list](img/project_settings_list.png)
1. Navigate to your project's **Settings ➔ Repository**
1. Scroll to find the **Protected branches** section.
1. From the **Branch** dropdown menu, select the branch you want to protect and
click **Protect**. In the screenshot below, we chose the `develop` branch.
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