- Go to Redmine's root folder
- Copy and unarchive plugin
- Install required gems
- Migrate plugin's tables
- Restart Redmine app
- Video demonstration
Our plugins are easy to install and do not change Redmine database data. However, we recommend a full backup before the installation. In common cases, it is just copying an unarchived plugin to your
redmine/plugins/ folder. Some plugins, however, may require specific Ruby gems or/and database tables.
Below you will find common steps for any plugin installation (all commands should be executed from Redmine app root folder ex.
/var/www/redmine, that folder contains
Note: By default, on a fresh plugin installation, only the Administrator has permissions to create and edit tags. So if you want other users to be able to, the admin should go to Administration (on top) -> Roles and permissions -> [select the respective user role]. Scroll down to Issue tracking section and make sure Create new tags and Edit tags are enabled.