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  • Advanced Guide to SVN

    Assembla offers reliable feature-packed Subversion hosting service. This guide provides advanced information on  working with Assembla hosted Subversion repositories. 1. Downloading a dump file of ...

  • Migrate from Perforce to SVN

    Overview There are 2 ways to migrate from Perforce to SVN: With p42svn With Git in the middle In this tutorial, we will use p42svn which is a Perl script written by Ray Miller. It is currently su...

  • Terms of Service

    Assembla.com Terms of Service Welcome to Assembla.com, which is owned and operated by Assembla, Inc. ("Assembla") of San Antonio, TX. By using the Assembla.com web site and the features and service...

  • Customize text using global markups

    Global Markup makes your text look dynamic and professional. Use Global Markups in tools that accept text input (Messages, Wikis, Tickets, and Stand Up Reports). It allows you to create hyperlinks ...

  • Understand List views and how to use them

    List view: It provides the most basic and customizable overview of your tickets. Let’s dig into it deeper and see what it suggests. The first thing we actually see is the ticket list itself. You ma...

  • Assembla's approach to data security and integrity

    Assembla takes security and data integrity seriously.  We provide a superior level of protection, monitoring, and redundancy to ensure that you can focus on your work instead of worrying about your...

  • Understand Outlines and how to use them

    Outline view: Assembla’s Outline is designed to build a Development Roadmap fast and smoothly. The main purpose of Outline view is to make working with Epics, Stories and subtasks easy. Here’s the ...

  • Track a "story" ticket's progress with "stories lifecycle" reports

    Stories Lifecyle The Tickets tool has a reporting UI under the Metrics subtab. The Metrics page has a list of reports with a picture and an explanation of what each report shows you. The reports ar...

  • Time Tracking - How does it work?

    Overview Our Time Tool is used to track worked hours on tickets or tasks. You can add worked hours directly from a ticket you are working on: Or you can do it from the Time Tool or Track Time page...

  • Perforce Version Control With UE4 & Assembla

    This tutorial will cover the entire process of setting up your Perforce server with Unreal Engine 4 on Windows! Step 1: Install P4 in Assembla You need first a perforce repository installed in your...