How to integrate with GitHub
You can now keep track of all your GitHub Issues and Pull Requests directly from Akiflow.
- Hit on “Connect”
- Add your Repositories
- Configure your import options
..Import your tasks automatically!
How to configure your Repositories in Akiflow
Akiflow imports your tasks from your selected repositories.
- Select what task to import
- Assignee: you can import all tasks or only those assigned to you.
- Issues and Pull Requests: turn on/off what tasks you want to import
- Milestones: you can turn off this option to select which milestone to import in Akiflow.
- Labels: you can turn off this option to select which labels to import in Akiflow.
Oas "Open" on a selected task to be redirected to your GitHub task
You can connect as many GitHub accounts as you want!
A popup will appear with the following options:
- Pick which GitHub tasks to delete:
- Multi-selecting tasks and hit
backspace→:How to bulk edit tasks
- Delete all your tasks
- Go to Settings → Integrations → Connected → GitHub.
- Click on the button “Delete all GitHub tasks”. This action will delete all the tasks imported so far from GitHub in Akiflow. Nothing will happen to your source tasks in GitHub.
- Disconnect your GitHub account by clicking on the bin icon in the top right corner of this page.
- Reconnect GitHub by going back to Integrations → Add Native Integration → GitHub.
- Start from scratch
- Go to Settings → Integrations → Connected → GitHub
- Set up your new import options
- Click on the button “Start from scratch”. This action will delete all the tasks imported so far from GitHub in Akiflow and then re-import them again according to the new import options. Nothing will happen to your source tasks in GitHub.
When you delete a task on Akiflow, nothing happens to the source task in GitHub.
Akiflow and GitHub are 2-way synched.
Any changes you make in Akiflow to the task's title and status (done/undone) will be reflected on GitHub and the other way around!