Integrate Pivotal Tracker with GitHub

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Supported triggers and actions

Integrate Pivotal Tracker and GitHub using the below triggers and actions

All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow

New Project

Triggers when a new project is created

New Activity

Triggers when new activity happens

New Story

Triggers when a new story is created in the selected project

Issue created

Triggers when a new issue is created

Comment made on issue

Triggers when a comment is made on an existing issue

Review requested

Triggers when a review is requested from you or a specified user

New mention

Triggers when your Github username is mentioned in a Commit, Comment, Issue, or Pull Request

Release added

Triggers when a new release is added

Label created

Triggers when a new label is created

Pull request created

Triggers when a new pull request is created

Issue closed

Triggers when an issue is closed in the selected repository

Repository created

Triggers when a new repository is created

All Actions - Actions are the automated tasks

Create Project

Creates a new project

Create Story

Creates a new story in the selected project

Create comment

Creates a new comment in the selected issue

Create pull request

Creates a new pull request

Create issue

Creates a new issue

Update issue

Updates the details of an existing issue

Fetch issue

Fetches a issue by their number

Fetch issue by title

Fetches the details of an existing issue by title

Fetch user

Fetches a user by their login name

What is Pivotal Tracker?

Pivotal Tracker is a project management tool for developers. You can customize notifications; follow up on every event in a project's history; organize with tasks, labels, and workspaces; and even share files.

Project Management

What is GitHub?

GitHub is a developer platform that lets you manage projects and teams, follow projects, host code, and maintain documentation. The built-in tools make it easy to request review, propose changes, and manage version control.

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