GitLab bug tracking tool

Lets your clients and team members give feedback and report bugs straight into GitLab, using screenshots and screen recordings without leaving the website.

Send annotated screenshots from the website to GitLab

Save time and headache by always getting bug reports in GitLab that your developers understand.

Draw on screen

Better explain what should change by drawing on screen.

Technical information

Feedback includes browser, OS, device, and more.

GitLab task created from feedbucket with all technical meta data attached.
  • Website
  • Device
  • System
    Mac OS Ventura
  • Browser
    Chrome 107
  • Resolution

Show and tell with video feedback

Record moving elements like animations, multi-step interactions, navigations or anything else that is hard to explain in writing. Your video feedback is automatically submitted to GitLab.

Use your microphone

Add verbal feedback to better explain why change is needed.

Nothing to install

All you need to record a video is right in your browser.

Video Feedback with Feedbucket.

“Feedbucket saves our team around 10 hours and a ton of headache every month.”

Anna Mellstrand
Anna Mellstrand
CEO, Digital Dominance
High-context GitLab Bug report

Everything you need. In GitLab.

Get all the information that's needed to start working on the issue directly in GitLab. Technical information and screenshot are automatically added by Feedbucket to your GitLab issue.

GitLab bug report issue created from feedbucket with all technical meta data attached.
2-way sync

Organize your client communication in GitLab

Keep the bug report status synced with GitLab

If you, or your client, mark some bug report as resolved in Feedbucket the GitLab issue will automatically be closed.

If you instead mark the issue as closed inside of GitLab, it will be resolved in Feedbucket and your client will be notified.

  • Marked as Closed in GitLab

  • Automatically updated status to Resolved in Feedbucket

  • Notified client about the change

Keep all communication in one place

Sending back and forth emails to your client regarding website feedback can be very time consuming and confusing.

With Feedbucket we sync all comments to the GitLAb issue and you can also reply to comments from inside of GitLab.

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How to integrate with GitLab

The easy way to get visual website feedback and bug reports into GitLab


Register a Feedbucket free trial.


Connect the GitLab integration.


Get screenshot and video feedback into GitLab.


Frequently Asked Questions

Feedbucket is a website feedback tool that you install on your website. When Feedbucket is installed, visitors can submit feedback using screenshots or videos. Together with the screenshot/video comes technical information such as Browser and device straight into GitLab.

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