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GitHub is an online software development platform. It’s used for storing, tracking, and collaborating on software projects.” GitHub is a for-profit company that offers a cloud-based Git repository hosting service. Essentially, it makes it easier for individuals and teams to use Git for version control and collaboration.
What can you do with Profit.co and GitHub integrations?
You can track the status of issues/projects in GitHub by integrating with Profit.co key results and track the progress.
Configure GitHub for Profit.co
Here’s a walk-through of Integrating GitHub with Profit.co
Log in to your GitHub account and generate the access token to integrate with Profit.co
Navigate to Settings → Integrations → User level Connectors and enable the GitHub toggle.
Navigate to Preference → Integrations and click on Manage. Enter the connection name and access token to connect.
Once connected, select the key result for which you want to make the GitHub connection.
Enable the toggle Choose Connection and select GitHub.
Enter your GitHub query to integrate with the Profit.co key result. Once query is written click on Run.
Once the current value is pulled in from GitHub, Click on Add and click on the check-in slider bubble to pull the value from Pipedrive. Finally, click Check-in.
1. Profit.co supports Increase, Decrease and Control KPI for the GitHub Integration
2. Once the connection is established and the check-in is done, the progress sync will happen automatically every day at 9 AM local time.