Add the GitHub Connector to your DubBot account

This article is for DubBot administrators. Setup a GitHub connector for users to send Task information to GitHub repositories.

Updated over a week ago

To enable users to connect with GitHub, a DubBot admin user will need to add a GitHub Connector within the Settings panel.

The following screenshot shows the Connectors option in the left navigation of the Settings panel. To create the ability for users to connect Tasks to GitHub, select Create new connector button.

Note: this process only needs to be done once per account.

From the Connectors option, Select Create new connector button in the Connectors panel

The New Connector screen will have two field options, Name and Type.

Create new connector panel will have a text field for New Connector name and a dropdown to select the Type

The Name can simply be GitHub and will be used to display the Connector in the list of Connectors. The Type will need to be Task Issue Tracker.

Task Issue Tracker is toward the bottom of the list of Type options

You will then need to select the Enabled Issue Tracker connection that you are wanting to make. In this case, select GitHub.

Finally, select Create.

Check the GitHub checkbox for the Enabled Issue Trackers option

Note: Additional Connectors are currently in development. Those options will be made available for choosing once they are ready for use within DubBot.

You should now see the new Connector within the Connectors list. This means that the GitHub Connector is available to your DubBot users.

To begin connecting Tasks with GitHub issues, users will now need to connect their GitHub account within DubBot. Users can follow the Help article Using the GitHub Connector for more information.

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