# Create account on DeepSource

You can create an account on DeepSource using either GitHub, or GitLab (support for BitBucket coming soon!)

# Requirements

  • A GitHub/GitLab account.
  • Owner permissions for the repository.

# Connect GitHub

  1. On deepsource.io/signup click "Sign up with GitHub".

SIgn up with GitHub or GitLab

  1. If you aren't already logged into GitHub, you will be asked to do so - enter your login credentials, and proceed.

  2. Accept the required permissions.

Authorize DeepSource

  1. Click "Connect with GitHub".

Connect with GitHub

  1. Install the DeepSource App on GitHub.

Install DeepSource on GitHub

  1. From the list, select the account (user, or organization) for which you want to enable DeepSource and click "Install".

  2. Choose an appropriate payment plan and you will be redirected to the dashboard.

The next step is to add a repo, and start analysis. Here's how.

# Connect GitLab

  1. On deepsource.io/signup, click "Sign up with GitLab".

Sign up with GitLab

  1. If you aren't already logged into GitLab, you will be asked to do so - enter your login credentials, and proceed.

  2. Click "Connect with GitLab".

Choose GitLab account

  1. Accept the required permissions.

Accept Permissions

  1. From the list, select the account (user, or group) for which you want to enable DeepSource and click "Install".

Choose GitLab Account

  1. Choose an appropriate payment plan and you will be redirected to the dashboard.

  2. Done! You can now access your DeepSource account through the dashboard.

DeepSource dashboard

What next? Add a repo, and start analyzing code right away.

Last Updated: 4/7/2020, 11:55:54 AM