Step 1. Navigate to the ‘Repositories’ tab using the top navigation.

Step 2. Click on ‘Manage’ button on the top-right.

Step 3. In the ‘Manage Repositories’ page, click the ’+’ sign next to the repository that you would like to patch.

Manage Repositories Screen

Note that only repositories authorized during the Github configuration will be available. If you don’t see a repository, reconfigure the GitHub access from the Integrations tab.

Step 4. Once all repositories have been added, you can navigate back to the ‘Repositories’ tab. Your added repositories should now be shown on the screen.

Repositories Screen

Step 5. To trigger a patch, click on the ‘Patch’ button corresponding to your preferred repository. A pop-up allowing you to configure and trigger the patch will appear - you can choose the specific branch you would like to patch here.

Patch Screen

Step 6. Finally, click the ‘Patch’ button to trigger the patch. The patching process can take a few minutes, and once completed the patches will be committed to a new branch named ‘patched-your_branch_name’. Patched will also create a pull-request for you to review the changes before they get merged.