It feels like this is a request that ought to already exist here, and I’m sure it has been discussed in other threads at the least. But I couldn’t find a dedicated topic for it, so here we are (possibly I’m just using the wrong search terms ).
In short, with the already powerful Fibery capability to “mirror” the data models of other apps, and the coming automations functions, I am really hoping that these integrations can become bi-directional some day soon, i.e. adding “write” capability to make changes in external systems. So for example if a Bug Report linked to a Forum Topic in Discourse is marked Solved/Complete in Fibery, it can automatically post a Reply to Discourse in that Topic with e.g. the last Comment on the closed Entity from Fibery, and select that post as the Solution (“Solved” plugin), then Close the topic. Or update a Github issue from Fibery, etc.
This kind of capability would make Fibery a true central hub from which you could do almost anything, manage almost any process, and have to leave the system much less. I’m sure you have it in mind, and like I said I know it has been touched on in other topics. I’m also imagining it will be complex to implement, and probably involve some custom handling of many of the integrations (e.g. what makes sense as a write function in the context of one integration vs. another). But I would love to have some more direct understanding of where such capability might lie in the team’s plans and how you envision them working.