I’m currently having the same problem with gitlab, did you try to add the integration on another branch than main/master ?
I’m suspecting in free plan you can only use main as the default branch for your integration. Which I think is obviously not okay as you would never/rarely use main as it should be protected and Crowdin is pushing stuff on the branch it seems.
If someone at Crowdin can explain this that would be nice or I’d be curious to know if you fixed your error
Hi all. Yes, as @TiroliTemar said, the Free plan is not the same as Free Trial, and due to the limits, only 1 branch is available for this subscription tier. With proper management, this should be enough to work on simple projects. Here you can read more about Version management → Version Management | Crowdin Documentation
I checked from my side, and it seems you still have a branch in your project (check Project Content → Files). This is why you can’t add new integration because it would bring 1 more branch during connection.
The free plan is limited - 1 branch in the project. Regardless of how this branch is created, manually, by API action, or by integration. If you wish to add a new repository, you need to delete the existing branch first.