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Integrating with GitHub: Enhancements
Integrating with GitHub: Enhancements
Roni Ben-Aharon avatar
Written by Roni Ben-Aharon
Updated over a week ago

We are thrilled to announce a set of exciting enhancements to the integration with GitHub. These improvements aim to provide a more seamless and efficient experience, enabling teams to collaborate effortlessly between both platforms.

Key Takeaways

Bulk Sync of Items with GitHub Issues

We have introduced a highly requested feature that allows you to sync multiple items with GitHub issues simultaneously, same as we already support for other types of integrations with dev tools.

By simply selecting the desired items in, you can now initiate a bulk sync operation to transfer them to corresponding GitHub issues efficiently.

Syncing between Craft Sprint and GitHub Project Iteration

We understand the importance of keeping your projects organized and aligned across platforms. With this release, we have enhanced the synchronization between sprints and GitHub project iterations.

When an issue in GitHub is assigned to a specific project iteration, the association will be reflected to upon the next update to that issue.

This feature promotes seamless collaboration and empowers teams to manage their work more efficiently without the need for manual updates.

Fix for Reopening Closed GitHub Issues

We have resolved a limitation that previously caused closed GitHub issues to reopen when the corresponding item in was updated.

With this fix, you can now make updates and modifications to items without worrying about inadvertently reopening closed GitHub issues.

This improvement enhances the stability and reliability of the integration, allowing you to confidently manage your project's progress without unintended disruptions.

We hope you enjoy’s latest features! Jump into and try them out for yourself.

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