Groupthink's GitHub integration offers a seamless experience for translating your meeting agenda items directly into actionable GitHub issues. Gone are the days of copying and pasting, or transcribing your notes post-meeting. Instead, take advantage of this integration to save time and ensure that important tasks are immediately documented and actionable.
- Reduce the need to switch between platforms, making the creation of GitHub issues from your meeting's agenda a breeze.
- Minimize the risk of misinterpreting or forgetting to transfer action items from your meetings.
- Provide a direct link back to the original agenda for context, ensuring that everyone involved can understand the genesis and intent of the GitHub issue.
Configure the GitHub Integration
- Choose an Agenda
- Start by opening the agenda where you wish to integrate with GitHub.
- Click the three-dot options menu located at the top right corner of the agenda.
- Setup the Integration
- Click on "Configure Github Integration" from the dropdown menu.
- A new window or pane will appear, prompting you for the GitHub repo's URL.
- Ensure that the URL you provide is the root of the repository (e.g., https://github.com/username/repositoryname).
Create GitHub Issues from an Agenda
- Select the Agenda Item
- Navigate to the specific agenda item you wish to convert into a GitHub issue.
- Highlight the desired text within the agenda item that you want to transfer.
- Create the GitHub Issue
- Upon highlighting the text, a menu will pop up above the highlighted section.
- Click on the GitHub logo within this menu. This action will direct you to a new GitHub issue page.
- Finalize the Issue
- On the GitHub issue page, you'll find the body of the issue pre-filled with the text you selected.
- A link back to the original agenda in Groupthink will also be provided for reference.
- Add any additional information, assignees, labels, or tags as you usually would with any GitHub issue.
- Once you're satisfied, click “Submit” to create the new issue.