How to enable GitHub in Pipefy

Attach pull requests, issues, commits, or branches to your cards to keep track of them.

Written by Bruna Griebeler
Updated over a week ago

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Manage code development by connecting Pipefy to GitHub. Use this feature to centralize information in a single platform, making it easier to monitor the status of your team's tasks.

Open your pipe and click on Tools. Then, select Apps.

Click on GitHub and enable it.

Now, open the card where you want to add GitHub attachments. Click on GitHub, and then on attach.

Give Pipefy permission to access your information inside GitHub.

And finally, select what you want to attach: a pull request, an issue, a commit, or a branch.

There you go!

What is GitHub?

GitHub is a cloud service that offers a VCS version control system, called Git. This allows developers to work together on shared projects, while keeping a detailed record of their progress.

It provides access control and several collaboration features, such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.

Once you connect Pipefy to your GitHub account, you'll be able to track the status of pull requests, issues, commits, and branches in cards, centralizing all information you need in a single place.

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