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    Embed Github information into Confluence pages to reduce context switching. Start FREE Today

    Embed Github information into Confluence pages to reduce context switching. Start FREE Today

    Enriches Github object information

    You can link private and public Github objects

    Display in Confluence Github gists and source code

    Brings additional information to Confluence from Github about pull requests, issues, pages, repositories, branches, user profiles. Brings the content of source files and gists.

    - Easily connect and disconnect your Github account.

    - Freely link and public Github objects.

    - Avoid round trips to Github to find out the status of a pull request or issue

    Using just your link you can bring the content of Gists and source files of Private and Public repositories directly to Confluence.

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    What is supported?

    • Link recognition of the following Github public and private items: Repositories, Pull requests (PRs), branches, source files, user or organization profiles, issues, Github pages and gists.
    • Public and private Github resources.
    • You can Copy and Paste a link to a Github source file or Gist and keep it expanded by default.
    • Easily connect your Github account and our Add-on using Oauth.
    • Github Enterprise support is in progress.
    • Do you have JIRA Server - let us know!

    How to get started?

    • Install the add-on.
    • You just need to Copy&Paste a Github link into the Confluence page. The link then gets recognized by Confluence as a Github resource. (Or you can start typing "{github-link-macro" and the macros will be inserted that will trigger a dialog where you will be able to input the link to a resource from Github).
    • Save the page and enjoy the amount of additional information you can see now.

    If you have questions, suggestions or issues please do let us know.

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    by Scott Beeson on 2017-01-23
    Wow. I mentioned some missing features in an unfavorable review and they were added within a week. Amazing!
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    Move Work Forward

    Thank you a lot for your feedback, Scott. Sorry, we couldn't predict what everybody would want or envision for this addon, so our first versions may miss some functionality.

    In order to understand your feature request better, I would like to rephrase it a bit.

    You insert a link to the issues of your repository, such as https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch/issues) and you would like to see a list of all OPEN issues in your confluence page (there could be hundreds). The same may apply for pull requests.

    Is it correct Scott? Do you see anything else we may improve?

    Thank you again for taking time and letting us know your opinion. All the best.

    by Deak on 2016-11-02
    I like about this add-on that it recognizes Github links automatically and brings handy information to our specs. It works with private repos.
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    Confluence Cloud • Released 2017-01-21


    Added support for 2 more links - issues and pulls pages


    Added support for 2 more links - issues and pulls.

    For instance, now you can insert links to Github Issues or Pull Requests pages into a Confluence page to see a list of top opened issues or pull requests.




    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate Github Links for Confluence.
    4. Click Free trial to download and install your add-on.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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