Integrate ServiceNow with GitHub

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Supported triggers and actions

Integrate ServiceNow and GitHub using the below triggers and actions

All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow

Record updated

Triggers when the details of an existing record are updated

Record created

Triggers when an incident record is created

Issue created

Triggers when a new issue is created

Comment made on issue

Triggers when a comment is made on an existing issue

New mention

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

Label created

Triggers when a new label is created

Release added

Triggers when a new release is added

Review requested

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

Pull request created

Triggers when a new pull request is created

Repository created

Triggers when a new repository is created

Issue closed

Triggers when an issue is closed in the selected repository

All Actions - Actions are the automated tasks

Create record

Creates an incident record

Update record

Updates an existing incident record

Fetch user

Fetches the details of an existing user

Fetch record

Fetches an incident record by ID

Create comment

Creates a new comment in the selected issue

Create issue

Creates a new issue

Create pull request

Creates a new pull request

Update issue

Updates the details of an existing issue

Fetch issue

Fetches a issue by their number

Fetch user

Fetches a user by their login name

Fetch issue by title

Fetches the details of an existing issue by title

What is ServiceNow?

ServiceNow is an IT service management platform. You can manage your problems and releases, generate customized reports, and use machine learning to route, categorize, and prioritize issues.

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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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