### Added* Added support for importing releases and changes for a project that use the GitHub integration.* Added an overview of available repositories that can be turned into a project for an organization### Fixed* Fixed an error that prevented changes from being retrieved for a release.
Engineers can continue to use the tools they are used to such as GitHub and Bitbucket Server. They include a change log as part of the pull request when making changes to the repository.
By adding the change log engineers also provide additional context for the person reviewing their pull request.
Once the pull request has been merged the changes will be visible immediately as part of the upcoming changeges in ChangeHub for your product managers or marketing department to see.
When a new release is tagged in the repository any changes since the last release will automatically be grouped together.
For product managers
A project's change log is always up-to-date, so you no longer need to ping one of the engineers on your team about the status of a feature.
Each release's change log comes with a publicly available link that makes communicating change logs easier than ever before. Curious? Have a look at our own change log.
We integrate with the tools you already know so you can use the information from your engineers to communicate about new features to your users.
Helping freelancers and hobby projects maintain a change log without any effort.
For companies with a single product.