Bring your code to the conversations you care about with the GitHub and Slack app. With two of your most important workspaces connected, you’ll get updates about what’s happening on GitHub—without leaving Slack.Subscribe to repositories Use /github subscribe [owner/repo] in Slack to start receiving updates about that project.Stay up to date Get updates about what’s happening with your repositories in Slack discussions for activities like:• New commits • New pull requests • New issues • Code reviews • Deployment statusesSee the details Give your team more information in Slack when you share links to GitHub activities and properties like:• Pull requests • Issues • Linked comments • Code snippets • Developer profilesTake actions with slash commands Slack conversations often lead to decisions and actionable takeaways. Now it’s easier to start on next steps from Slack with slash commands for common GitHub actions, using /github [action] [resource]. For example, these commands let you:• Close an issue or pull request • Reopen an issue or pull request • Open a new issue using a Slack dialogUsing an older version of GitHub and Slack? Installing the new integration will allow you to migrate subscriptions from legacy versions. GitHub Enterprise and Slack Enterprise Grid are not yet supported.By installing or using the App, you agree to the Terms and Conditions.
GitHub can request to do the following on your workspace:
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View links from github.com in messages.
Add link previews to messages
View your workspace or organization's name, email domain, and icon
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Direct message members who use GitHub, and view messages, activity, and files in that DM.
GitHub can request to do the following when joining channels:
Post messages as the app
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
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