What is GitHub?
GitHub is a development platform where you can host and review code, manage projects, and build software. If you haven't heard of GitHub before, visit their Features page or check out their Wikipedia page to learn more.
How does Momentum's GitHub integration work?
Momentum's GitHub integration connects your GitHub account to Momentum's Todo. Once connected, you can view, add, edit, and complete your GitHub issues within Momentum. The changes you make within Momentum will be reflected on GitHub's website (and vice versa).
Note: This integration does not support GitHub Enterprise. If you and your team are using GitHub Enterprise and are interested in using Momentum's GitHub integration please contact us.
See issues assigned to you
Focus only on the issues you need to with the Assigned to me filtering option.
Want to do more?
To create a new repository, view organization comments, upload code, or make other detailed changes, use the View in GitHub shortcut to be quickly transported to GitHub's native environment.
If there is a particular GitHub feature or functionality that you'd like to see added to Momentum's GitHub integration let us know!
For more info about the GitHub integration visit our Getting Started help article.